Protective Orders

Keeping you and your family safe. 

Our firm has decades of experience in family law and unique, interdisciplinary backgrounds in social work and child advocacy. As far as you and your family’s safety, this is paramount. 

In terms of family law, a protection order will most likely be needed and obtainable against another individual for acts or behaviors classified as domestic violence. To obtain a restraining order for domestic violence, you must be able to prove that the person committing the acts of violence is someone now or formerly related to you by blood or marriage; someone who is living or formerly lived with you; or someone you once had an intimate relationship with.

There are different kinds of protection orders, or restraining orders, that the state of Colorado may issue depending on the nature and degree of the alleged domestic violence. We are sensitive the emotion being acquiring a protection order, so we handle the logistics while you get back to normalcy. 

“I found the team to be very responsive, returning calls or emails quickly and working my case late into the evenings or weekends when needed.”