Fighting a Restraining Order in Oregon – Part 1

September 28th, 2016

Ronald Johnston, a Beaverton family law attorney, understands that sometimes a family argument can get law enforcement involved. You may have been kicked out of your Beaverton home, or even accused of domestic violence.

You may have been served a restraining order.

You’re likely angry, hurt, and frustrated. What can you do?

You might want to seriously consider visiting a family law attorney. Fighting a restraining order on your own may not be a good idea. Instead, consider finding legal representation.

You may think that you can fix everything by just talking to your accuser, either in person or over the phone. Or, perhaps you’re worried about your children and desperately want to tell them your side of the story in person.

There are serious legal repercussions if you violate a restraining order. Some consequences are fines, probation, or serving time in jail.

That’s why it is imperative to seek legal counsel as soon as possible. Consider contacting Ronald Johnston, a Beaverton family law attorney, by clicking here.

To read part two of this series, click here.



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