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Protective Orders

Protective orders proceeding, as the name suggests, is a proceeding to obtain a court order to protect a person from abuse and/or harassment of their spouse or significant other. This proceeding may be pursued either independently of a divorce or before or after filing for divorce.Often if the parties filed for divorce after a protective order case has been commenced the two cases are merged into one for judicial efficiency and to save the parties cost and time associated with two separate but related cases.

There are different types of abuse - emotional, economic, verbal, physical, etc. that you may have suffered and often you may not even realize that you been abused.If you feel like you have been or are being subjected to abuse contact us at Michael C. Morphew, Attorneys at Law, and we will evaluate your case and let you know whether you have a legal basis for a protective order and what steps need to be taken to secure such a court order.

Why Contact Michael C. Morphew?

  • Family Oriented

    We prioritize the highest degree of amicability for the sake of maintaining peace for the entire family, especially children.

  • Personalized Approach

    Our philosophy is to approach each family's situation in a manner that is creative and addresses that client's particular needs.

  • 45 Years' Experience

    Since 1979, our attorneys have seen it all. We cannot be blindsided and know how to treat any situation with knowledge and professionalism.

“I met Michael through his website. He was unique in that he very clearly stated his value proposition as a family attorney. At the same time he laid out that if you wanted to have him give you an assessment of how he could help it would require a segment of time that he would need to charge for. That unique honestly, compared to offerring free evaluation, that would not have the same value, is the same honestly and integrity he employed towards navigating my issues. That seems to be a rare trait in Family law.”

- R.B.
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