Financial & Protective Restraining Orders

As your marriage ends, you may become concerned that your spouse will harm you physically or financially. To prevent this, you need to speak to a lawyer about obtaining a temporary restraining order (TRO). These restraining orders can protect you, your loved ones and your financial well-being from harm while you make your way through the divorce process.

I am attorney V. Wayne Ward. I have spent decades making sure that my clients are able to safely and confidently get through their divorces and start their new lives. In addition to serving as a strong advocate for you during your divorce, I can help you obtain a restraining order to preserve your property and protect you from bodily harm.

If you believe that your spouse may put you in physical or financial danger, contact me as soon as possible. I am here to help.

Financial and Protective Restraining Orders In A Divorce

The Texas Family Code authorizes the court to issue restraining orders to protect those who are involved in a divorce. Financial restraining orders can prevent a spouse from:

  • The Texas Family Code authorizes the court to issue restraining orders to protect those who are involved in a divorce. Financial restraining orders can prevent a spouse from:
    • Selling marital property
    • Transferring marital property
    • Withdrawing funds
    • Closing accounts

    Protective restraining orders protect you or other family members from future violence or threats of harm, and can prevent your spouse from:

    • Threatening you
    • Harassing you
    • Harming you

    I can also assist you in seeking a longer-term restraining order for increased peace of mind and safety.

I have not had many occasions to need legal advice or legal representation but when a problem arose, I called the Law Office of V. Wayne Ward. My problem had an extremely short time frame, and Mr. Ward and his staff gave it their immediate attention. Mr. Ward understood the legal complications and applied the necessary legal remedies. I am very satisfied with his service and would not hesitate to call upon him again for any legal services I might require.

– Gary H.

Contact My Fort Worth Law Firm About a Restraining Order

My Fort Worth law firm—Law Office of V. Wayne Ward—is conveniently located just 10 blocks from the Tarrant County Courthouse. Come to me and I will provide you with the personal attention you need when facing a difficult legal situation. Call me at 817-789-4436 or contact me online to discuss your need for a restraining order with a lawyer who cares.

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