Understanding No-Contact Orders And Restraining Orders

In situations involving allegations of domestic violence, South Carolina law allows the court to impose no-contact orders in a criminal case, or in family court upon petition of an alleged victim. These restraining orders may require that a person stay away from his or her own home, if the alleged victim continues to live in the residence. Similarly, a no-contact order issued in family court may set forth support and child visitation provisions. A family court protection order often remains in effect for up to one year.

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It is crucial for an individual to choose an attorney experienced in criminal domestic violence and family court proceedings. Our law firm zealously fights for men and women in domestic relations disputes. We care about people and are dedicated to obtaining the most favorable outcome for each client.

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