Qualifications for restraining order in Virginia

Restraining order is also referred as a protective order for protection of a person who has been harassed, it could be physical, sexual, emotional, and psychological or threats of any action that can harm you or kill you. Protective order is categorized into two, general and those in cases of family abuse. General protective order has been codified under sections 19.2-152.7:1 to 19.2-152.12, however, family abuse protection is codified under 16.1-253, 16.1-253.1, 16.1- 253.4 and 16.1- 279.1. If you are filing for a restraining order, you are the petitioner and offender is respondent.

Family abuse protective orders can be filed in a Juvenile and Domestic Relations District Court in general JDR. However, general protective orders are filed into General District Court. Everyone who does not fall under the family abuse protective order requirements, can use general protective orders.

To have a legal representation to obtain a protective order, SRIS Law Group can represent you in cases where you need legal support. We have qualified lawyers and two former prosecutors and you can seek help for your cases. You can contact our attorney and experience the difference. We can assure that we can render our services critically to our customer’s peace of mind.

To obtain a general protective order, you need to prove to the judge that the offender has threatened you to any act of violence. You have to show that you need a restraining order to protect your health and safety and your family’s as well. To have a family abuse protective order, you have to prove that the offender has endangered you to family abuse. It could be several acts of violence including sexual assault, stalking, threats of violence and forceful detention.

Flat Rate

The SRIS Law Group handle the cases for obtaining protective orders in Virginia. We offer on a flat rate provided there is a charge pending. You will get to know about the charges after our first consultation and sign a pre-case agreement to avoid any surprises. Any exclusions to a flat fee must be in the agreement. If not, the lawyer, rather than the client must bear the consequences. We are unable to provide you an online service to let you know about our cost list as the nature of charges are not same in every case. Nevertheless, we guarantee that the rate of your case will be settled during first consultation. The specific cost for your case to obtain a protective order will depend on factors such as how badly you need the restraining order in the court it’s in.

Hourly Rate

You can also avail our services on hourly basis. It is up to the client to decide whether they go with flat fee or hourly rate. Virginia Law require the lawyer fee agreements in written and signed by the lawyer of SRIS Law Group and the client.

Payment Methods

The SRIS Law Group provide its client with multiple payment methods which includes cash, personal checks, Visa, MasterCard and Discover.

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