Temporary / Permanent Restraining Orders
When someone is inflicting physical or financial harm on your elderly loved one, or the wrong person has gotten a hold of the financials, things can get out of hand very quickly. Time is of the essence.
Temporary Restraining Orders can be filed to get the abuser away from your loved one, and after 21 days, a court appearance can be made to file for permanent restraining orders. Elder abuse is a serious issue, and if the court finds that there was abuse, the district attorney could file criminal charges.
Elder abuse is a serious issue, and if the court finds that there was abuse, the district attorney could file criminal charges.
At the Law Firm of Bezaire, Ledwitz & Borncamp, we know how to protect you and your family. Our attorneys have the education, experience, and, most importantly, compassion to deal with even the most challenging cases of Elder Abuse.
Getting a Temporary or Permanent Restraining Order demands counsel from an attorney who understands Elder Abuse cases inside and out. Unfortunately, Elder Abuse has become increasingly common; but our attorneys don’t stand for it.
Bezaire, Ledwitz & Borncamp can help shield your loved ones from abuse. If you suspect Elder Abuse is occurring, do not delay. Contact us for a free consultation.