How Can I Obtain A Domestic Violence Restraining Order?

By Jon Summers
September 01, 2015

Jon Summers, a family lawyer in Los Angeles, answers:

To obtain a domestic violence restraining order, you must show that you’ve been a victim of domestic violence as defined in the California Family Code. You can represent yourself or retain counsel to assist you. In an emergency situation, you should contact your local police immediately.

Jon Summers is a Partner with Freid and Goldsman, and has 23 years experience practicing family law.

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