What is Domestic Abuse?

Intentionally or recklessly cause or attempt to cause bodily injury. Sexual assault. Reasonable fear of imminent serious bodily injury. Molest, the attack hit, stalk, threaten, batter, harass. Disturb your peace or destroy your personal property.

It can be spoken, written, or physical ( California Family Code §§ 6203, 6320)

Respond to Domestic Violence Restraining Order (DV-110)

If you have been served with the Temporary Domestic Violence Restraining Order (DV-110), you MUST follow the court order even if you disagree.

You are NOT entitled to a free court-appointed lawyer.

You should respond to the Temporary Domestic Violence Restraining Order (DV-110) ‘before” the hearing date.

You have to be very careful in your response to Domestic Violence Restraining Order because anything you say or write can be used against you. If you do not respond on time, the court can order a PERMANENT Domestic Violence Restraining Order against you.

The Domestic Violence Restraining Order can last for up to five years. Custody, visitation, child support, and spousal support orders can last longer than five years, and they do not end when the restraining order ends.

How to Respond to a Domestic Violence Restraining Order?

We can represent you in the Domestic Violence Restraining Order case. Though majority of our cases are in Northern California, we have cases all over California.

To start the process through this Law Office of Gopal Krishan, the very first step is to send us the copy of Domestic Violence Restraining Order. You can email that to Law Office of Gopal Krishan, will get back to you with the nest step.

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A Domestic Violence Restraining Order can result in actual jail, large fines, mandatory 52 week batterer’s treatment program, mandatory alcohol education classes, and other punishments.

If you or someone you know has been or may be accused of domestic violence, contact Law Office of Gopal Krishan  directly at the link below to set up the time for a Confidential Legal Consultation.


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