Protection Order Attorney in Ormond Beach, FL & Daytona Beach, FL

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Protection Order Attorney in Ormond Beach, FL

Keeping your family safe is your priority, especially where your children are concerned. When something or someone poses a threat to your family's safety—whether you're married or divorced—you want to take the right steps towards making that threat disappear.

If you feel threatened, whether it's by someone you know or a total stranger, it's time to call Kenny Leigh & Associates. At our firm, we take the appropriate actions when dealing with aggressors. While it may be tempting to take matters into your own hands, this can be dangerous. You or your family may end up getting hurt, or if you hurt someone else, the law might not be on your side. However, when you work with our protection order attorney in Ormond Beach, FL, you can take proper legal action to protect you or your family from:

  • Battery
  • Aggravated Assault
  • Stalking
  • Domestic Violence
  • Harassment

Applying for a Protection Order

Filing for a permanent or temporary protection order is more complex than filling out a little bit of paperwork. However, our legal staff is here to guide you through the process. We make sure each part of your paperwork is complete and accurate so you get your best chance of obtaining a legal injunction. Our protection order lawyers help you provide proof that someone is harming or threatening to harm you or your family. We document:

  • Evidence of Current Harm or Threats
  • Detailed Information of Abuse History
  • Specific Occurrences of Violence or Threats

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The sooner we have the evidence and file the appropriate paperwork, the sooner you can get the peace of mind you deserve. That's why we work with you to collect any evidence in a timely manner.

Does Your Divorce Require a Protection Order?

Divorce is stressful and can lead some people to act unpredictably. This unpredictability can be dangerous to you or your children. If you believe your children aren't safe living or even being around your ex-spouse, our protection order attorneys can help.

By obtaining a temporary protection order, you can shield your children from any danger they may be in otherwise. Temporary orders last for a specified period of time, which gives your ex-spouse the time they need to reach a better emotional state. Talk to our legal staff right away if you need a protection order.

Contact us today to learn more about protection orders. We proudly serve clients throughout Ormond Beach and Daytona Beach, Florida.