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If you have recently become party in an injunction case, you might be experiencing some significant problems. The purpose of an injunction against violence is to keep one person from committing violence on another.  If those two people are married and have children, the injunction will also order those two people how to share their children.  Sometimes people file injunctions with the only hope that the Courts will get them their children instead of because they are really in fear of harm, which is an abuse of the injunction process.

There are several types of inunctions each with separate requirements necessary for an injunction to be issued. For example, a domestic violence injunction has different requirements than a repeat violence injunction and it is important that you have an experienced attorney who knows those differences.

We do a lot of injunction cases at McKendrick Law and we are very familiar with the injunction requirements to best help you out.   It is very important to have with you in court the arguments and evidence necessary to prove your case.  Most people who are not attorneys do not understand that Courts follow rules of evidence and it is very important to know those rules prior to going to trial.

See our FAQ page for frequently asked questions about injunctions.

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