Domestic Violence Protection

The purpose of a Domestic Violence Restraining Order (DVRO) is to prevent the recurrence of acts of domestic violence and to provide for a separation between the parties involved for a period of time sufficient to enable them to seek a resolution of the causes of the violence.  (CA Family Code Section 6220)

A DVRO may be obtained when the abused and the abuser are:

Married or registered domestic partners, 
Divorced or separated,
Dating or used to date,
Living together or used to live together (but more than just roommates), or
Closely related (i.e., parents, child, siblings, grandparents, etc.)

California law defines abuse as:

Physical injury,
Threatening,
Making someone reasonably afraid that he or she or someone else is about to be seriously hurt,
Sexual assault,
Molesting,
Attacking,
Striking,
Battering,
Harassing,
Telephoning,
Destroying personal property, or
Disturbing the peace of the other party.

If you are in need of a temporary or permanent Domestic Violence Restraining Order to protect yourself and your loved ones from harm, contact Attorney Jasmine Davaloo.