Orders of Protection
Protecting Victims of Domestic Violence in St. Charles & Lincoln Counties
Domestic abuse is a very serious situation, and many victims feel afraid
and worried about getting the help they need. It is not always necessary
to confront your abuser, but it is highly recommended that you work with
an attorney who can help protect you from this dangerous situation and
assist you in filing the necessary divorce motions and protection orders
you’ll need to ensure you and your family are safe. At Winghaven
Law, LLC, our trusted
O'Fallon family law lawyer is here to help.
If a couple is married, the victim of domestic violence can file for divorce,
especially because cruelty is considered a serious offense in the state
of Missouri. When you retain the representation of our team, we will thoroughly
review your situation to make sure you meet all residency requirements,
file the necessary paperwork, and assist you in obtaining an order of
protection. If you are a victim of mental, physical, sexual, or emotional
abuse, Winghaven Law, LLC may be able to help you.
How We Help Victims of Domestic Abuse in Missouri
Filing for divorce: In Missouri, the grounds for divorce include that the marriage must be
irretrievably broken past the point of repair. If you are a victim of
domestic violence, this could be a strong stance for you.
Filing a protection order: If you need to obtain a protection order, or restraining order, against
your abuser, our team can help. We can take any necessary actions to help
protect you and your family from further violence.
Representation Throughout Lake St. Louis, St. Peters, Wentzville, Weldon
Spring, Foristell, and New Melle
In your time of need, it is vital that you work with a lawyer who understands
your situation and can develop a personalized game plan to help meet your
needs. Our team of dedicated legal professionals stands ready to ensure
your rights are protected throughout the process of seek an order of protection.
To learn more,
contact Winghaven Law, LLC today and request a consultation with our O'Fallon protection order