Protective Orders & Peace Orders

No individual — man, woman or child — should be subjected to an abusive relationship. In Maryland, victims may choose to pursue a protective order or a peace order to provide safety and relief from an abusive partner or spouse.

As your attorney, I can help you understand the protections offered by these court orders or explain the implications of being accused of abuse and having a protective or peace order filed against you.

Protecting Maryland Families For More Than 35 Years

When domestic violence and fear of bodily harm mar a relationship, victims need recourse to protect themselves and their children. At the Law Offices of Susan J. Rubin, LLC, I will work with you to file an order to bring comfort and relief to you and your children.

Here's how:

  • Protective orders: Often filed by a spouse or relative, these orders offer victims protection and relief from an abusive spouse or partner
  • Peace orders: Usually filed between nonfamily members, these orders are for individuals who are ineligible for protective orders

Representing Both Sides In Matters Of Peace And Protective Orders

On the other hand, those accused of abuse face serious, life-altering consequences that even when disproved, may leave a permanent stain on their lives. Representing parties who have been wrongfully accused of domestic violence, I help such individuals defend themselves against these potentially devastating allegations.

Do not wait to secure representation in matters of peace and protective orders. Contact the Law Offices of Susan J. Rubin, LLC, for strong, straightforward representation. You can call me at 301-284-8790, or arrange a consultation online.