Restraining Order Attorney Redmond

A restraining order is initially filed as a temporary restraining order, and requires the person filing it to appear in court before a commissioner. Whether you are currently facing a familial or non-familial dispute that requires a restraining order, contact Eagle Law Offices, P.S for a qualified Restraining Order Attorney in Redmond who can guide you through this process. Eagle Law Offices, P.S., spearheaded by prominent attorney Paul Eagle, has decades of experience negotiating restraining orders.

The person filing the restraining order must show cause for filing and becomes effective immediately when granted. The violation of a restraining order is a very serious offense and can lead to severe consequences. It is important to know your rights regarding a restraining order.

To learn more about restraining orders, contact Eagle Law Offices, P.S. today at 1-877-579-0650 to speak to our Restraining Order Attorney in Redmond. You will not only receive a free telephone consultation but will benefit from selecting either our flat fee or retainer services.

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