Obtaining Restraining Orders in Michigan
These are court orders issued to restrict or disallow certain behavior while a case is pending. In family law matters, the most common is an injunctive order to protect the property in the marital estate from being sold, destroyed or hidden until a property settlement has occurred. Injunctive orders are also used to prevent beneficiary changes on health and life insurance policies and on retirement accounts.
DAWN’s family law and divorce attorneys are here to help you obtain and enforce restraining orders.
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