Rutland, VT asked in Family Law for Vermont

Q: How do I convince an attorney to represent me in a complex case that requires faith?

I just want to file a request for a protection order

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1 Lawyer Answer
Christopher Larson
Christopher Larson
Answered
  • Rutland, VT
  • Licensed in Vermont

A: You can file for a protective order (a relief from abuse order in family court) without a lawyer. The important thing is to write out an affidavit carefully that includes why you are in fear for your physical safety. Forms are available at the courthouse or at the judiciary website.

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