In order to keep yourself or your loved ones safe, you may want to obtain either a restraining or a protective order against someone. This video discusses the differences between these two legal courses of action.
A protective order generally lasts for two years, and specifically delineates what the other party can and cannot do with respect to your place of residence and work. Meanwhile, a restraining order is a mutual agreement between both parties that they should stay away from one another. A protective order is both stronger and more specific. Click play to learn more.
If you need help with family law issues in the Phoenix area, contact the legal team at Blumberg & Associates. Our attorneys can provide representation during divorces, separations, annulments, and protective order filings. If you are an Arizona resident thinking about seeking legal advice, call our Phoenix office at (602) 277-6180 for a free consultation.