You may not be aware of this, but protective orders can be granted without the subject of the order ever even being notified. We have seen cases in which a client has violated a protective order without knowing it.
We’ve also seen situations in which a protective order has been violated simply because they didn’t know what acts were considered in violation of it.
Being accused of violating a protective order is stressful enough. Finding out unexpectedly that a protective order even exists can feel even worse.
Know how protective orders in Texas and the consequences you face for violating them is the first step in navigating any accusation.
Three Types of Protective Orders in Texas
There are three types [...]