Domestic Violence Attorney in Corona
Get a Restraining Order in Corona, CA – (951) 506-6654
Are you fearful for your safety due to another person’s threatening,
abusive, or stalking actions? Have you been abused by a domestic partner?
If so, you may be able to seek a court order against the offending party.
Known as a restraining order or a protective order, this type of court
injunction can limit the behavior of someone who harms or threatens harm
upon another person.
If you are in need of a restraining order or believe that someone has wrongfully
pursued a restraining order against you, our Corona domestic violence
lawyers at Hanson, Gorian, Bradford & Hanich can help. Backed by more
than 50 years of legal experience and more than 5,000
family law cases handled, we have what it takes to ensure your best interests and
safety are protected.
Discuss your legal options with us in further detail during a
complimentary case review.
How Does a Restraining Order Stop Domestic Violence?
Various statutes exist to protect victims of domestic violence, so if you
are being abused by a family member or domestic partner, there is a way
to stop it. You can put an end to the abuse and harassment you are experiencing
by petitioning for a restraining order.
Restraining orders can be used to prohibit another person from:
- Contacting you by mail or phone
- Abusing or threatening you or your family
- Entering your home or visiting your place of work
Individuals who violate a restraining order can face serious criminal penalties,
including jail time, expensive fines, or both. So, if you take out a restraining
order, you can have confidence that it will keep you safe!
Getting help for domestic violence can be difficult, but we are prepared
to help you take action.
Contact us today to speak to a Corona domestic violence attorney.
What Is Considered Domestic Violence?
The types of domestic violence that can be carried out include:
Physical Abuse: Includes any physical contact that is intended to inflict harm and/or
injury—slapping, punching, throwing objects, etc.
Sexual Abuse: Includes any situation in which unwanted sexual acts are forced upon another,
whether through verbal threats or physical force.
Verbal Abuse: Includes any verbal threats or aggressive verbal language—threatening
physical harm, derogatory remarks, constant criticism, etc.
Emotional Abuse: Includes any behavior that is meant to embarrass, control, degrade, or
isolate the victim—blackmailing, undermining another's self-esteem, etc.
Economic Abuse: Includes withholding another's economic resources in an attempt to maintain
control over the victim.
If you have experienced any of this kind of behavior from a domestic partner
and/or member of your household, you may have grounds to file for a restraining
order. If you feel like your life is in danger, then you should not hesitate
to take legal action with a Corona domestic violence lawyer.
Reasonable evidence of domestic violence could also be grounds for loss of
custody or loss of
visitation. Those who pose a risk to their children may be banned from seeing them
along with losing parental responsibility.
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