Q: Do I need a lawyer to file a restraining order? Residential issues
Harassment and death threats. I'm getting nowhere attempting to file order for my safety of myself and children. Also i have a home in my name that my ex and her husband has been living in for over 6 years that keeps me from moving forward in my Life. A case is filed with KPD and i have heard nothing in over a week. Ont the orders i keep getting told by Kilgore to File in Longview and Longveiw sends me to Kilgore as far as restraining orders go. I do know he has a current case pending by another for the same reason. The detective is Goodson. I still await my case no. and a detective to contact me. One at a time please the most urgent is the orders to stay away from me and my children.
A: Sometimes the office of the District Attorney in the county where you live will agree to do the legal work of filing an application for a family violence protective order. If that happens, you won't have to pay for attorney's fees because the D.A.'s office is on the government payroll. Also, if the crime of Harassment occurs on multiple occasions you may be eligible to apply for a stalking protective order. You can hire a private attorney to do this work if you don't want to use the D.A.'s office.
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