Reedley, CA asked in Domestic Violence and Elder Law for California

Q: Can I (68 yrs) get a restraining order against my son who lives with me after I added his name to the title of my house

To begin with I went to a paralegal some years ago intending to leave my house to my son after my passing. But recently, I came to find out, that his name was added to the title of ownership instead. The paralegal whom I went with then for assistance is no longer around. At that time my son was a good son but since then he has become very abusive verbally, mentally, and has threatened me physically

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Sergio H. Benavides
Sergio H. Benavides
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  • Domestic Violence Lawyer
  • San Francisco, CA
  • Licensed in California

A: You can absolutely get a restraining order against your son. But you should know, if it is granted. you might be making your son homeless. If you get a stay away order, then your son won't be able to live in his own home--it happens all the time with domestic violence criminal protective orders.

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