The Restraining Order Protection Process In Colorado
In Colorado, restraining orders are known as permanent protection orders (PPOs). Such orders are issued by a court and forbid a person from communicating, making threats or hurting another individual.
Typically, the restraining order process begins by filing for a temporary protection order. If you obtain a temporary order, a hearing is scheduled within 14 days to determine if a permanent order is necessary.
Experienced Representation On Your Side
At Warkentine Law Office, attorney Brent Warkentine represents clients in Broomfield with all aspects of the protection order process. He often assists with:
- Helping individuals petition for the order
- Representing individuals at the permanent protection order hearing
- Handling necessary modifications to an order
Brent Warkentine is a skilled lawyer with more than 20 years of experience. He has extensive knowledge of the statutes regarding PPOs and can protect your interests — and your children’s — during this often-tumultuous time.
Seek Legal Protection Today
Schedule an appointment with Brent Warkentine today to learn more about your options under Colorado law and how he can help.