Civil Protection Orders In Colorado: What You Should Know
No one should live in constant fear of an abusive spouse, ex-spouse, intimate partner or family member. While taking legal action to stop violence or threats can be intimidating on your own, our lawyers will empathize with your situation, explain options and help you petition for a civil protection order (CPO) if that is the right choice for you.
Civil protection orders are not limited to cases involving physical abuse. Verbal abuse, intimidation, threats of violence, stalking and using social media to harass another person are all considered to be abusive behavior. If you are the victim of any of the above examples, we can help you seek an order of protection.
Get Reliable Guidance And Strong Advocacy In This Crucial Time
At Cooper, Tanis & Armas, P.C., in Broomfield, Colorado, our attorneys understand the legal aspects of domestic violence cases. We offer personally attentive, results-focused defense representation by an established trial lawyer, Anna L. Armas. Further, we frequently address restraining orders and the underlying issues in divorce and child custody proceedings.
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Whether you are considering seeking a protective order we will welcome your call and questions. You can reach us at 720-399-0421 or contact us online to schedule a consultation to discuss your situation. We are versed in the procedures and familiar with the courts of Boulder County, Adams County and elsewhere in the North Denver Metro Area.