Aggressive and Thorough Representation
in Immigration, Criminal & Family Law
Protective Orders, Restraining Orders
Some spouses need the protection of a protective order where a spouse has been physically or verbally abusive. Although protective order petitions can be abused, in other contexts they are appropriately used by the petitioner. Restraining orders can also be obtained from one spouse, restricting such things as contact with each other or removing the children from out of the state or dissipating assets.
Kim Trupiano has had much success in petitioning for protective orders for her clients who needed that protection from physical or verbal cruelty from their life partner or spouse. Such abuse by a partner you are living with can be not only physically damaging but psychologically and emotionally demoralizing. As aggressive counsel in family law, Trupiano Law seeks to help our clients obtain the counseling they need as well as the legal protection and safety they must have to heal.
Within the confines of federal immigration law, some of Kim’s clients have later been able to successfully seek Violence Against Women’s Act relief or a U visa in the federal immigration legal system. Other clients have been able to successfully petition to remove the conditions of a two-year legal permanent resident status although the marriage to a United States citizen failed because the United States citizen committed extreme physical or verbal cruelty against Ms. Trupiano’s non-citizen client.
Why Trupiano Law Is Successful
- Aggressive — Although attorney Kim Trupiano works to find resolutions where they can be obtained, she prepares for trial, not for settlement. Kim exploits any hole in the other side’s case to gain advantage and maximize the positive outcomes for her clients.
- Thorough — Kim’s attention to detail is essential to challenging evidence in court proceedings and producing a strong evidentiary case for her client, including strongly-backed and detailed motions for relief.
- Compassionate — She eases client concerns by taking the time to explain clients’ rights, explore their options and keep them updated about progress in the case.
- Creative — Kim does her homework to raise new defense and affirmative relief theories, or to negotiate alternative resolutions and outcomes.
Contact Trupiano Law in Salt Lake City, Utah, for experienced legal counsel. Call 801-266-0166 for a telephone consultation or for an in-office meeting to go over your case.
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