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  • What is the Difference Between a Protective Order and A Restraining Order?
    What is the Difference Between a Protective Order and A Restraining Order?

    A protective order and a restraining order are both similar in that they are orders that must be signed and approved by the Court. They offer protection to people but are often used interchangeably. ...

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  • Preparing for a hearing in which a protective order has been requested in Texas
    Preparing for a hearing in which a protective order has been requested in Texas

    Once you have applied for a protective order , the next step would be the setting of a hearing date. The time, location and date of that hearing must be made known to the person against whom the ...

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  • How protective orders and family violence can impact your Texas family law case
    How protective orders and family violence can impact your Texas family law case

    If you or a member of your household has been the victim of an act of family violence , or fear that you will become a victim, there are steps you can take to protect yourselves. The first step would ...

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  • Sheltering-in-Place and Intimate Partner Violence: Seeking Help During an Emergency
    Sheltering-in-Place and Intimate Partner Violence: Seeking Help During an Emergency

    There are sometimes unintended consequences that are associated with the decisions that we make. This is true in our personal lives. If you decide to go to a restaurant for lunch that has a long wait ...

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  • Family violence and family law in Texas
    Family violence and family law in Texas

    When a family law attorney considers important factors in a potential divorce or child custody case, perhaps none is as quite as impactful as family violence . The reasons for this are obvious. Acts ...

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  • What is family violence mean in conjunction with family law cases in Texas
    What is family violence mean in conjunction with family law cases in Texas

    Family violence commonly refers to a pattern of sustained abuse by a perpetrator against a victim with whom the perpetrator shares a familiar, dating and or marital relationship. The purpose of the ...

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