Protective Orders

In cases of abuse or violence, a victim can seek protection by filing a restraining or protective order. These orders prevent an alleged abuser from contacting or coming within a certain distance of a victim. Other actions may include emergency monetary relief, removing the alleged abuser from a shared residence or amendments to custody arrangements or parenting time.

You should consider consulting a family law attorney to file or challenge a protective order of any kind including:

  • Family Abuse Prevention Act (FAPA)
  • Sexual Abuse Protective Orders (SAPOs)
  • Stalking Protection Orders
  • Extreme Risk Protection Orders (ERPOs)
  • Elderly Persons and Persons with Disabilities Abuse Prevention Act (EPPDAPA)

Alexis Bishop Stern has years of experience working with Oregon Department of Human Services (ODHS) and in criminal law – ensuring the safety of children and families through the court system. Her deep knowledge of the system and experiences with cases in this context can help protect you and your family.

Alexis is dedicated to protecting her clients’ best interests and ensuring their personal safety and the safety of their family.