Use The Law To Protect Yourself From Injury And Harassment

If you been threatened, abused or harassed, you may feel powerless to protect yourself. With the right information, however, you can take steps you to defend yourself and your loved ones from these aggressive acts. In Michigan, individuals fearing for their safety can file a petition for a personal protection order (PPO).

Our legal team at Bazzi Law, PLC, is here to help you. We tirelessly advocate for victims of abuse and harassment because it is right thing to do. You can count on us to explore all legal options so that you can move on from this difficult situation. Our firm has offices throughout southeast Michigan, located for your convenience in Dearborn Heights, Plymouth and Novi.

Speak to a concerned attorney today. We offer confidential, no-cost consultations. Please email or call 313-978-0000 to begin the conversation.

What You Need To Know About PPOs

A PPO is a type of restraining order that prohibits the respondent, or the person receiving the PPO, from talking or interacting with the person requesting the PPO. If the respondent violates the terms of the PPO, he or she can receive serious fines and jail time.

In our state, there are different types of PPOs, which include:

  • The ex parte or emergency order
  • The Domestic Relationship PPO
  • The Non-Domestic PPO for stalking
  • The Non-Domestic PPO for sexual assault

Your circumstances will determine which type of PPO to file. If you need to take immediate action, you can file an ex parte order, which allows you to receive a PPO without a hearing and without informing the respondent that you are filing an order.

When you share your story and your concerns with us, we will help you identify the PPO that provides the best protection for your situation. Our lawyers have filed numerous PPOs on behalf of our clients, so we can guide you through the process and help you prepare strong evidence for your petition. We will stand by your side as you file your petition so that you do not have to face the court alone.

Connect With Us To Get Help

We will handle your concerns professionally and discretely. Please call us so that we can help you work toward a solution.

Send us an email or call 313-978-0000 to get help.