An Advocate For Your Rights And Your Well-Being
There is nothing more important than making sure that you and your children are protected. Protective orders exist to protect men, women and children from harm. Whether you are seeking a protective order or someone is pursuing a protective order against you, it is crucial to understand your rights and your responsibilities. Everything that matters most to you hangs in the balance.
Throughout Maryland, you can rely on the family law attorneys at Maronick Law LLC to answer your questions, advise you on your options and be an advocate for your rights. Call 410-881-4022 today to schedule a meeting.
Protecting People Against Domestic Abuse
No one – especially children – should have to live in a violent home. A protective order can protect children and the victims of domestic violence from further harm, creating a safe space for them while underlying family law issues are resolved by the courts. A judge can issue a protective order that applies to family members, relatives and domestic partners. Another option is a peace order, which provides protection from co-workers, neighbors, doctors and others who are engaging in abusive or threatening behavior.
The Dark Side Of Protective Orders
Protective orders have immense power, as they should. Unfortunately, that power can be misused to gain the upper hand in divorce or custody battles. It is sadly not uncommon for one parent to use the threat of a protective order to strengthen their position. There are no winners when protective orders are used in this manner, and we will work diligently to obtain an outcome that protects the rights of the accused and is in the best interest of the children.
Let Us Help Protect You
Do not wait another day to protect your well-being or your legal rights. Contact us online or call us at 410-881-4022 today to schedule a meeting with a skilled Maryland family law attorney.
With eight offices across the state, we represent clients anywhere in Maryland, including Glen Burnie, Baltimore, Ocean City, Hartford, Westminster and Towson.