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Protective Order in Texas

It is very important to realize the severity of a protective order in Texas.  A protective order in Texas can be a step away from jail.  Furthermore, the types of violence can include domestic violence, stalking, sexual assault, or even human trafficking. To learn more about Texas check out this website.

If you have a protective order against you in Texas, you cannot get primary custody of your children for 2 years.  It is a very serious matter.  In Texas, if your spouse or the child's mother accuses you of any wrongdoing, she will have to follow the process.  Part of the process involves proving certain things.  She must prove that the alleged incident occurred and that it is likely to occur again.

It is also possible that you are the one that is on the receiving end of the violent behavior.  If this is the case, a protective order can help you.  It can help you because it prohibits the violent person from continuing to commit violent acts. Furthermore, it can get rid of harassment.  In addition, it can also help protect children from the offender when they are at school.

The Process of Getting a Protective Order in Texas

Protective Order Process in Texas

If you need a protective order, seek legal assistance to help you.  Furthermore, you can also apply for it via a district attorney.

What is the Duration of a Protective Order?

Each case is handled on a case by case basis.  Depending on the unique circumstances, a temporary order may be issued, which is valid for 20 days.  Also, a final protective order can last for a duration of 2 years.  This is why it is so important to avoid doing anything that would result in a protective order.  Furthermore, a final protective order is just as bad as being in jail when you are not able to see your kids for that long.  Need legal assistance call or text today.


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