Let our Iowa domestic abuse attorneys be your advocate in protecting you and your loved ones from harms way. Our Iowa domestic abuse lawyers can help you with orders of protection, restraining and Stalking No Contact orders. We put you first and our goal is to give you the safety and protection you need.
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In this video, Iowa domestic abuse attorney Kevin O'Flaherty explains the process of obtaining a protective order in Iowa.
If you or a loved one are in harms way, an order of protection or a no contact order can help provide you with legal protection. Our Iowa domestic abuse attorneys explain key details to note when considering what type of order of protection you need, what is necessary to instill the order, and how long it can last. Our attorneys explain the differences between “civil protective” and “no-contact” orders, as well as the difference between “civil no-contact orders” and “criminal no-contact orders" so that you can ensure that you are protected to the fullest extent of the law.
In this video, Iowa domestic abuse lawyer Kevin O'Flaherty discusses how abuse is defined in the context of Iowa protective orders.
For the purpose of the law, the definition of abuse is broad and often requires clarification when obtaining a protective order. Iowa law states that domestic abuse can be classified as:
Our Iowa domestic abuse attorneys cover what is classified as a protective order as well as the specific terms for abuse so that you are aware of your options when filing for an order of protection.
In this video, domestic abuse attorney Kevin O'Flaherty explains the methods to remove a protective order in Iowa.
Remediation is available when it comes to Iowa protective orders, and our Iowa domestic abuse attorneys explain the remedies that are available for protective orders in depth. We discuss important concerns when it comes to remedies between two parties, including the following:
Protective orders are intended to stop current and prevent future abuse from a family or household member. If you or someone you know is in need of an order of protection, we are here to help.