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McKinnon Legal
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April 2020
Greetings, clients & colleagues!

The April edition of our newsletter covers how to file a petition for injunction for protection in Florida.  We invite you to learn more about our firm at https://mckinnon-legal.com/about-us/ to find out more about our team. 

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HOW TO FILE A PETITION FOR INJUNCTION FOR PROTECTION IN FLORIDA
An Injunction – also referred to as a restraining order – is designed to protect you if you have been a victim of domestic violence or have reasonable cause to believe you are in imminent danger of becoming the victim of an act of domestic violence.  An Injunction is quick and free to file, which makes it a helpful remedy for anyone who feels like their safety or the safety of their children is at risk. It can be very beneficial when the victim or prospective victim has no other recourse in seeking safety or shelter...
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“Whatever is bringing you down, get rid of it. Because you’ll find that when you’re free . . . your true self comes out.”
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—Tina Turner
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