- Complex Litigation
- Family Law
- Criminal Defense
- Personal Injury
- Civil Litigation
- Stalking/Restraining Orders
- Estate Planning
STALKING ORDERS AND RESTRAINING ORDERS
Wrongful Use of Civil Proceedings - False Stalking Order to Gain Custody
Received a $50,000 judgment through bankruptcy adversarial proceeding due to mother lying to get a stalking order.
Restraining Order - Lying about Fear to Gain Custody
Mother lied about being afraid of father. She dismissed it after being cross-examined and confronted with dozens of text messages she sent to father.
Stalking Order - Lying about Rape to Gain Custody
We won a dismissal after trial. Court made findings of fact that stalking order was brought for an improper purpose.
Sexual Harassment - Setting up co-worker for a sexual harassment lawsuit
Negotiated a dismissal and a mutual no-contact agreement after discovering that petitioner made similar allegations against another employer in California.
Stalking - Young woman files after older man stops buying her things
Young woman lied about stalking incidents to gain a stalking order to spite her much older friend who bought her car, surgery, etc. Petitioner lied to the court; the firm proved the lies in trial and case dismissed.
Stalking Order – Dismissed
Mother obtained stalking order on Father to keep him from seeing his child for weeks. We were able to demonstrate motives for obtaining a stalking order to gain advantage in a custody case to keep child from Father. After Mother put on her case and she and her witnesses were cross-examined, judge dismissed the order without requiring any evidence or testimony from Father at all.
Restraining Order – Upheld with Attorney Fee Award
Husband took Restraining Order out on Wife after she applied for one to protect herself from him. After a hearing on both orders, Wife’s Order was upheld, Husband’s Order dismissed, and Husband ordered to pay all attorney fees for the firm’s time on the case.