Users' questions

What happens if a dvro is issued against you?

What happens if a dvro is issued against you?

Having a DVRO issued against you can have very serious consequences. At Wallin & Klarich, our attorneys have over 30 years of experience in handling DVRO cases in Southern California. Our attorneys will fight to get you the best possible outcome in your case.

When did I get a DVO Against Me?

Police filed my statement over the phone. I then got a call back saying i got a DVO on my file which was done in the morning on that day (before this incident) and i had to go down and sign the DVO and to appear court on the 9th of March 2011.

What does the Family Code say about dvro?

Code, § 6203.) (All further statutory references are to the Family Code, unless otherwise noted.) On remand, the trial court shall make necessary findings regarding whether the acts alleged by the wife actually occurred and, if they did, the court shall enter the DVRO as requested.

Can you be sued for breaching a DVO?

You cannot be sued for breaching the DVO because you did not know about it. But dont go near them now. You need to make sure that when you go to court you do not accept the DVO or its orders and force the matter on to a hearing. They will have to prove that you did what they say you did.

Code, § 6203.) (All further statutory references are to the Family Code, unless otherwise noted.) On remand, the trial court shall make necessary findings regarding whether the acts alleged by the wife actually occurred and, if they did, the court shall enter the DVRO as requested.

What happens if an ex spouse violates an order of protection?

An order of protection (temporary or otherwise) can limit physical interactions between you and your ex. If your ex-spouse violates the terms of such an order, he or she may be charged with criminal contempt.

What happens if you retaliate against an ex spouse?

Retaliation is unlikely to stop the harassment on his end; rather, it will probably lead to greater harassment. And your retaliation can also work against you if the problem reaches the court: You’ll share culpability.

When do you think your ex is a vexatious litigant?

First, people who believe their ex is a vexatious litigant must speak with their attorney. Just because a case has been going on for a long time, or has hundreds of docket entries does not mean that the other person is abusing the legal system.