Served with a Temporary Restraining Order? Here's What to Do

Whether or not a temporary restraining order has been based on false allegations, you must obey it to the letter. You’ll have the chance to contest it later. In the meantime, violating any provision in the temporary order could lead to your arrest. It’s always a good idea to call an attorney as soon as possible after being served. He or she will help you understand what you should and shouldn’t do. Get a jumpstart on the process by watching this featured video.

It provides a quick overview of the typical provisions found in most temporary restraining orders. In general, you’ll be expected to cease all contact with the petitioner, and avoid going within a certain distance of the petitioner.

Singer & Associates is a leading father’s rights law office in Sacramento, CA that looks forward to assisting you with your legal trouble. Call us today at (916) 922-5985 if you’ve been served with a restraining order.

The information presented in this article should not be construed to be formal legal advice by Singer & Associate Law Office, or the formation of a lawyer/client relationship. Because of the changing nature of this area of the law and the importance of individual facts, readers are encouraged to seek independent counsel for advice regarding their individual legal issues.

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