Tyler Domestic Violence Attorneys

East Texas Protective Order Attorneys

If you have been subjected to violence as part of your personal life or fear that violence is about to become a part of your domestic situation, there are steps that you can take to protect yourself. Protective Orders are available, either by a Justice of the Peace or through the family law courts. Whichever is right for you depends on your facts, but both may order the aggressor to have no contact with you or the children.

Spousal abuse, spousal battery and other forms of domestic violence can occur in any home, in any circumstance. If you are concerned for your safety or the safety of your children, do not hesitate to secure the protection of the court through a Protective Order.

If violence has already occurred, contact the police immediately.

At Bain, Files, Jarrett & Harrison, our Tyler domestic violence attorneys have decades of experience helping those who have been exposed to domestic violence secure the appropriate protections and successfully deal with any family law matters such as divorce that may be related. Our attorneys’ skill and depth of knowledge has been recognized by the Texas Board of Legal Specialization, which has certified three of our attorneys as specialists in family law.

Are You Facing Domestic Violence? You Are Not Alone.

Depending on the circumstances of your particular situation, the courts have a variety of no contact orders, including ex parte protective orders, temporary restraining orders and magistrate’s emergency protective orders. The duration of these orders varies, but the main effect is the same — to keep your aggressor from coming into contact with you.

The limits on contact include contact via any means, including:

  • In person
  • Telephone
  • Mail
  • E-mail
  • Messages conveyed through a third party

Contact Us

For experienced and effective representation that can help you secure the safety you deserve, turn to Bain, Files, Jarrett & Harrison Call 903-730-6637 or simply contact us online to schedule an initial consultation with one of our lawyers. We accept credit cards for our clients’ convenience.