Ashbach Law Offices, LLC

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       covering Skagit, Snohomish, King and Whatcom Counties

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Blog Post

June 9

No Contact Order Dismissed x 2

Today, Ashbach Law Offices, LLC achieved dismissals in two separate No Contact Order petitions alleging unlawful harassment in Snohomish County District Court – Everett Division (also known as Everett District Court). Through hard work, preparation and research, Ashbach Law Offices, LLC successfully represented both clients, saving housing, employment, security, and reputation. If you, or someone you care about, is facing a No Contact Order petition, call or text 360.474.7872 for a free, no-pressure consultation and learn what we can do for you.

There are many types of No Contact Orders, including Antiharassment, Domestic Violence, and Sexual Assault protection orders. While each type has its own allegations and particularized ramifications if entered, all types of No Contact Orders present serious consequences if a permanent order is entered.

Let Ashbach Law Offices, LLC fight for you. We leave no stone unturned to present your best defense and to increase your odds of winning, and to protect you, your security, your job and housing, and your reputation.
No Contact Order petitions are commonly seen in District Court or Superior Court, although some municipal courts (like Marysville Municipal Court) have started to process No Contact Order petitions.

Ashbach Law Offices, LLC, aggressively represents clients facing No Contact Order petitions throughout the Washington I-5 corridor, covering Skagit, Snohomish, King and Whatcom Counties. Regular courts of practice include, but are not limited to, Anacortes, Arlington, Bellevue, Bellingham, Blaine, Burlington, Edmonds, Everett, Issaquah, Lynnwood, Marysville, Monroe, Mount Vernon, Mountlake Terrance, Redmond, Seattle, Sedro Woolley and Shoreline. We also regularly practice in county District Courts as well as Superior Courts.