Protective Orders

Getting a Texas Protective Order

Texas law provides a mechanism to protect those who have been victims of family violence or dating violence. You may be eligible for a protective order if a family member, a current or former member of your household, or a current or former dating pa… Read More

If You Have Been Served with a Protective Order

A finding of family or dating violence can stigmatize you, affect your parental rights, and impair your right to possess firearms. If you have been served with a protective order, then call the Dallas Law Office of Pete Rowe today to speak with an at… Read More