Protection Orders

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Commonly referred to as “restraining orders,” Orders of Protection are, in actuality, a separate legal matter.  Orders of Protection are typically applied for by a person wishing protection from another person (known as an Adult Order of Protection), or by a person wishing to protect their child from another person (known as a Child Order of Protection).  If you are granted or are served with an Order of Protection, it is important that you consult with an attorney at The Lowry Law Firm as soon as possible.

An Order of Protection entered against you can impact your rights and liberties in a number of ways.  It is possible that an Order of Protection can impact your right to possess firearms.  In addition, a violation of a Protection Order is a criminal offense.  For these reasons, it is very important to understand not only your rights, but also your responsibilities if you are served with an Order of Protection.

If you obtain an Order of Protection against another person, The Lowry Law Firm can ensure that you are properly represented in the courtroom.  We can assist you every stop of the way in that process. 

The Lowry Law Firm handles guardianships of both children and adults in Jefferson, Ste. Genevieve, St. Francois, and Washington Counties.