Our Davenport Domestic Abuse Attorneys will help protect and support you and your loved ones. Orders of protection, restraining and Stalking No Contact orders, and more are areas that our Davenport order of protection lawyers can help you with. We put you first and our goal is to give you the safety and protection you need. We are here for you when you need us.
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In this video, Iowa domestic abuse attorney Kevin O'Flaherty explains the process of obtaining a protective order in Iowa.
In the state of Iowa, there are several types of protective orders. The determination of which type of protective order you need is dependent on the events prior to the filing of the order, as well as the restrictions you would like to establish moving forward and severity of crimes committed. The aggrieved party can file for a criminal no-contact, civil no-contact, or civil protective order, depending on the circumstances of the case.
In this video, our Davenport domestic abuse lawyer discusses how abuse is defined in the context of Davenport protective orders.
There are two parties covered under a protective order; the petitioner and the respondent. A protective order is a civil order that prohibits the respondent from:
In this video, our Davenport domestic abuse attorneys explains the methods to remove a protective order in Davenport.
Protective orders are court orders intended to stop current and prevent future abuse and harassment between family and/or household members. Remedies are means to achieve the intent of a protective order.