Greensboro 50-B Facts

In Family by GWAO

Why do I need a lawyer for a Greensboro 50-B protective order?

Not only will the judge prohibit the alleged assailant from having certain contact with the self-described victim or their family, the judge may also, in a Greensboro 50-B, order:

  • Monetary support for the victim
  • Child custody
  • Child visitation
  • Evict the alleged assailant and give possession of the home to the victim
  • Refer child abuse cases to law enforcement for investigation and possible prosecution
  • Force the assailant to go to an intense months-long costly Batterers program
  • Confiscate and prohibit subsequent possession of firearms by the assailant