There are certain situations where a relationship is no longer healthy and loving. In these situations one person can be facing alleged abuse and request a temporary injunction. A No Contact Order can be issued by a court which bars one spouse from entering the home.
A temporary injunction is a serious matter for a Florida person who is facing this situation. A No Contact Order in Florida means that a person may be forced to leave the family home, have no contact with their children, and their bank accounts may be frozen. The person is not allowed to have any contact, including text messaging, email, social media contact or be in the alleged victim’s vicinity.
Indirect contact, like using a family member to give the alleged victim a message, is also prohibited in Florida. If a person is facing a divorce, a family court judge can look unfavorably towards a person who has a temporary injunction placed against them. It can negatively affect child custody, visitation, child support and other parts of a divorce.
A legal professional who is skilled in divorce can help their client who is facing an injunction. An attorney understands that these orders need to be challenged immediately. They will help their client tell their side of the story and fight to lift or dissolve the No Contact Order. They will gather all the evidence needed to convince the judge that this injunction is unfair and unnecessary.
Time is of the essence when a person is facing a No Contact Order. The quicker these are removed the better.