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Do I need a lawyer to file a restraining order in California?
California law does not require you to hire a lawyer to file a restraining order or to defend against one, but the court system recommends one. You may find that you want an attorney by your side for many reasons. You will face several legal hurdles you must clear, including proper filing, collecting evidence, and attending a court hearing. A lawyer will help you present your case in the best light and can advise you regarding the legal effects the order may have on other areas of your life, such as divorce proceedings.
How long does it take to get a restraining order?
There are two types of civil restraining orders for domestic violence in California. Our office can often get a temporary restraining order (TRO) within one day, which lasts until the court can hold a hearing date on a permanent restraining order. TROs often last from 20 to 30 days, or until the court hearing.
Does child support affect custody and visitation rights?
While related, child support does not directly affect custody and visitation rights. What this means is that a parent cannot refuse to let the other parent see the child just because the support was not paid. On the flip side, a parent cannot refuse to pay child support just because they have been denied visitation with the child.
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