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Protecting Your Rights With Orders Of Protection

Robertson, Oswalt, Nony & Associates provides vigorous representation in cases involving family violence and alleged family violence. If you want to obtain an order of protection, we can represent you. If you have been falsely accused of violence, our firm will work hard to overcome those allegations and prevent the imposition of a restraining order against you.

Whatever your situation, you should not attempt to go it alone. Having an experienced attorney on your side can make a significant difference in the outcome.

Representing People Accused Of Family Violence

If an order of protection is issued, you could lose your custody or visitation rights. You will also lose your right to possess a firearm. Get legal help today.

Many allegations of spousal abuse and family violence arise when one party seeks to gain an advantage in a divorce or child custody dispute. If you have been served with a temporary (ex parte) order of protection, you should obtain legal representation.

Committed To Protecting Your Rights

An attorney at our law firm can represent you in the civil order of protection hearing. We can call witnesses who can present evidence in your favor. We can cross-examine witnesses to uncover their true motivations and to challenge their version of events. Our firm will work tirelessly to protect your rights and prevent the imposition of the order.

Robertson, Oswalt, Nony & Associates also defends people accused of criminal battery and domestic violence charges. Our skilled assault charge lawyers will fight for your rights and freedom.

Representing People Seeking Orders Of Protection

After a temporary order of protection is issued, a hearing will be scheduled concerning the issuance of a final order. Robertson, Oswalt, Nony & Associates can represent you in this hearing in an effort to obtain that order, and conditions that can provide protection for you and your family.

For a consultation with an experienced restraining order attorney, contact us online or call 501-588-4451 today. From our office in Little Rock, we represent clients throughout Central Arkansas.