A protective order may be necessary where there is abuse by a spouse, former spouse, significant other, or member of your household. If you have obtained a protective order, or are seeking to obtain a protective order, or were served with a protective order for which you feel you are falsely accused, Tracey may be able to assist you. It is best to seek the advice of counsel prior to obtaining a protective order, or, at the very least, prior to a final protective order hearing. The timeline between the filing for a protective order and a final protective order hearing is often short, so it is critical to reach out to an attorney right away.
The Law Office of Tracey L Perrick takes pride in our devotion to understanding your needs and objectives. Our Howard County Family Law Attorneys have a proven track record of advocating our clients’ rights during all phases of the divorce process, negotiations, and court appearances. We have experience with protective orders and our Howard County lawyers are familiar with the intricacies of the Maryland Family Courts. Let us help you!