Injunctions Lawyer in Cary North Carolina
In legal terminology, an injunction refers to a court order that restrains someone involved in a civil trial from carrying out some specific acts. An injunction is necessary for situations where further actions of a certain nature or the non-performance of certain actions would inevitably result in an irrecoverable loss for one of the parties involved.
A court injunction works similarly as a temporary restraining order. A court usually issues preliminary injunctions before the start of the trial, and after trial proceedings, the injunction lapses. This order can be issued even when there has been no hearing in court and most times, the party to whom the temporary restraining order document was directed, is not notified.
Temporary restraining orders are very effective for protecting one’s life and property. For example, when filing for divorce, you might need to get your attorney to request a court injunction. The court issues this injunction in the form of a temporary restraining order to protect your property and ensure the safety of your children; especially in cases where domestic abuse led to the divorce suit.
There are different types of injunctions that we can provide for our clients. These include temporary restraining orders, preliminary injunctions, and permanent injunctions.
-Temporary Restraining Order (TRO): This type of injunction is sometimes issued by a court before a case is heard. It is mainly used in the case of an emergency.
-Preliminary Injunction: This injunction may also be issued before a trial, but after the parties have a chance to be heard before a judge.
-Permanent Injunction: This order from the court for a person to do or not do something. It can only be entered after trial.
Abogado Guerrero Can Help
We have provided many injunctions for our clients throughout the years. We understand what it takes to get the protection that our clients need. Call us today for a FREE consultation in Cary North Carolina (984) 218-9450.