Obtaining a Restraining Order
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Obtaining a Restraining Order

When I graduated high school, I started dating a guy from my hometown. Unfortunately, his former girlfriend was not thrilled with this situation. She begin to call my home and harass me. She cried uncontrollably during her phone calls and begged me to break up with my new boyfriend. I began to worry about my safety. Due to her unrelenting and disturbing behavior, I decided to end my relationship with my new boyfriend after only a few weeks. If you are being harassed by another person, you should consider obtaining a restraining order against him or her. An experienced attorney can help you through this important process. On this blog, you will discover the advantages of hiring an attorney to help you secure a restraining order.


Obtaining a Restraining Order

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