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Filing A Restraining Order On Behalf Of Your Child Kids


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8 hours agoYou can file a restraining order for your child if: • Your child was abused or threatened by the person and • There is a first or second degree relationship with the person, i.e. biological father, stepfather, etc. The restraining order will keep you safe while you go …

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Restraining Orders Abuse_selfhelp


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4 hours agoThese orders can only be asked for in domestic violence or elder or dependent adult abuse restraining order cases. For the person to be restrained, having a restraining order against him or her can have very serious consequences: He or she will not be …

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Ask For A Restraining Order Dv_abuse_selfhelp


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4 hours agoHow Do Restraining Orders Protect You and Your Child at

1. Fill Out Your Court Forms and Prepare to File 1. Read How Do I Ask for a Temporary Restraining Order? (Form DV-505-INFO) This form is also available in Spanish, Chinese, Korean, and Vietnamese.
2. File Your Court Forms With the Court. Once you have filled out all your forms, you have to file them with the court. Follow these steps: 1. Take your forms to the court clerk.
3. "Serve" Your Papers on the Restrained Person. "Serving" means that the other side must get copies of any paper you file with the court. In “service” a third person (NOT you) is the one who actually delivers the paperwork to the other side.
4. Get Ready and Go to Your Court Hearing. Get Ready for Your Hearing. This section will tell you how to get ready for your hearing. Read Get Ready for the Restraining Order Court Hearing (Form DV-520-INFO) for more information.
5. After the Court Hearing. If the judge issues a restraining order at the hearing, or any type of orders, you will have to prepare a written order for the judge to sign.

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Ask For A Restraining Order Abuse_selfhelp


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4 hours agoIt is used so that your restraining order can be entered into a statewide computer system that lets the police know about your order. 3. Give your Form CH-130 to …

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Can You Violate A Restraining Order Through Social Media


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4 hours agoCourt Cases Involving Social Media Restraining Order Violations. In a 2009 case, a court ruled that “poking” someone on Facebook is a form of communication that is protected by a restraining order. In the case, a woman who had a restraining order issued against her used Facebook to send a digital “poke” to the protected person.

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Restraining Orders – Family Justice Center Riverside County


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9 hours agoDOMESTIC VIOLENCE RESTRAINING ORDER. You can ask for a domestic violence restraining order if: Someone has abused you, and; You have a close relationship with that person (married or registered domestic partners, divorced, separated, dating or used to date, have a child together, or live together or used to live together — but more than roommates), or you are closely related (parent, child

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How To Get A Restraining Order For Your Kids Against


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1. If your child is unsafe, or feels unsafe, one way to remedy that is to get a restraining order. Whether it's due to the child being bullied or harassed, or whether it's due to abuse that has been perpetrated against the child, it's important to make the behavior stop right away. A restraining order will make that behavior, bullying or abuse have legal ramifications. In order to get a restraining order for your kids against someone, you may need a modicum of proof. In addition, in order to file this order for a minor or on behalf of a minor, you will need to be a parent or legal guardian. Document the behavior against your child. Whether it's bullying, abuse or other behavior, having the proper documentation is key. Not only should this include pictures, if possible, but also a log of negative effects on your child, such as depression or anxiety. If there is some type of abuse of involved, obtain proof of doctor's visits.

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Family Abuse Prevention Act (FAPA) Restraining Orders


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6 hours agoFor more information about applying for, modifying or renewing a restraining order, you may contact your local court or facilitator. Oregon provides two methods of filling out restraining order forms: Online Interview based iForms and Paper forms.

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The Requirements For A Restraining Order In Texas Legal


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3 hours agoRestraining orders are issued by the court in Texas in order to protect a person from abuse, violence or stalking. In an emergency, the court can order a temporary restraining order granted ex parte to protect someone threatened with immediate harm. For …

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How Restraining Orders Impact Your Life, Record Husker Law


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6 hours agoWho Can Get a Restraining Order? Technically, anyone who is or has been a member of your household can file a restraining order for domestic violence. People don’t need to be related to you by blood or marriage to get a restraining order against you. They can also be the person you share a child with or you dated, for example.

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Domestic Violence Dv_abuse_selfhelp


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5 hours agoIf you are a parent and your child is being abused, you can also file a restraining order on behalf of your child to protect your child (and you and other family members). If your child is 12 or older, he or she can file the restraining order on his or her own.

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EFiling A Temporary Restraining Order


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8 hours agoA Child party is also required for Child Abuse Restraining Order (30710). Required fields on the New party page are marked. If you are an attorney filing the new case, you must add yourself to represent at least one of the petitioner or child parties using the Add attorney

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Texas Restraining Orders WomensLaw.org


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2 hours agoYou can file a petition in the county where you live, the county where the abuser lives, or any county where the family violence took place. 1 However, if you have a divorce case pending or a pending case affecting the parent-child relationship, you must file for the protective order in the court in which that case is pending or in the court in the county in which you reside (and you must

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For What Reasons Can You Get A Restraining Order


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Change Or End A Restraining Order Dv_abuse_selfhelp


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5 hours agoIf you want to change (modify) or end (terminate) any of the orders made by the court in the Restraining Order After Hearing (CLETS - OAH) (Form DV-130) you have to file a request in court before date that the Restraining Order expires.You can do this if you are the person protected by the order or the person restrained by the order.

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How To Fill Out And File The Restraining Order Forms


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7 hours agoIf you are going to use someone you know, that person must be over 18 and not protected by the restraining order. S/He must personally serve (give) a copy of the restraining order forms to the other party at least 5 days before the court hearing unless otherwise stated on the temporary order signed by the judge ( Form DV-110 ).

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What Proof Is Needed For A Restraining Order? San Diego


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2 hours agoThe parties involved can be parent and child, grandparent and child, or siblings. If the connection between the parties is something else, like neighbors, then the restraining order is a civil one, not domestic violence.

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Stalking/Cyberstalking WomensLaw.org


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1 hours agoIn many states, you can file for a restraining order against anyone who has stalked or harassed you, even if you do not have a specific relationship with that person. In addition, most states include stalking as a reason to get a domestic violence restraining order.

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Restraining Orders For Victims Of Domestic Violence Mass.gov


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8 hours agoA "Restraining Order" also known as as "209A Order" or an "Abuse Prevention Order" is a civil court order that provides protection from physical or sexual harm caused by force, or threat of harm from a family or household member. An Order can be obtained against: a spouse or former spouse. a present or former household member.

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Harassment Restraining Order Do It Yourself LawHelp


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2 hours agoAnyone can get a harassment restraining order. You do not need to have a relationship with the harasser like you do for an Order for Protection (OFP). A parent, guardian or stepparent can get a harassment restraining order for a child. For example, if your ex-boyfriend's new girlfriend threatens to "get you," you can apply for an HRO against her.

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Texas Restraining Orders WomensLaw.org


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6 hours agoAn adult household member or any adult can file for a protective order to protect a minor from family violence. 1 However, if the minor is in a dating relationship and is applying for the order based on “dating violence,” s/he can file for the protective order on his/her own. 2Note: A …

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How To File A NoContact Restraining Order LegalMatch


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1 hours agoA restraining order can come in a variety of forms, such as a permanent order or a temporary restraining order. One of the most common requirements for a restraining order is that the individual is not permitted to have any contact with the other named individual, often the victim of domestic violence, stalking, or harassment.

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Minnesota Judicial Branch Domestic Abuse And Harassment


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1 hours agoOrder for Protection Forms. Ask for Order for Protection: Use these forms if you or your child need protection from a family member or someone who lives in your household who is threatening you, physically hurting you, preventing you from calling 911, or otherwise harming you or your child. *New!* Use Minnesota Guide & File to create the forms you need to Ask for a MN Restraining Order

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How To Get A Restraining Order In Florida Legal Guides


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9 hours agoThe judge can grant a restraining order for life or for a period of time. The judge could also deny the petition. If the restraining order is granted, at any point in the future either the petitioner or the respondent can file a motion to remove the restraining order.

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Restraining Order FAQ: Sacramento Superior Court


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6 hours agoWhich type of Restraining Order do I need? If you need protection from a family member (for example, parent, spouse, child, sibling, or current in-law), or a dating partner (for example, current or former girl/boyfriend), you may file a Domestic Violence Restraining Order or Elder Abuse or Dependent AdultRestraining Order.

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Domestic Violence And Restraining Orders Superior Court


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1. A local law enforcement agency, or
2. A domestic violence shelter, or
3. The National Domestic Violence Hotline at 1-800-799-7233 or 1-800-799-SAFE, http://www.ncadv.org

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Court Forms: Immediate Restraining Order Wa


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5 hours agoCourt Forms: Immediate Restraining Order. Unmarried Parents. Petition for a Parenting Plan, Residential Schedule and/or Child Support with Paternity Acknowledgment or Final Parentage Order. Petition to Decide Parentage. Immediate Restraining Order. Contempt of Court. Request Parenting Plan within 2 Years of Parentage Judgment. DV Abuse Litigation.

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For What Reasons Can You Get A Restraining Order? Law


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Lifting A Restraining Order How To Remove Or Drop A


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4 hours agoDepending on state laws, the time limit on a TRO can range anywhere from 5 to 15 days, or until a hearing on a permanent restraining order can take place. TROs are intended as a makeshift solution to prevent the unwanted contact from happening before a more in-depth hearing can be scheduled in regard to whether a permanent restraining order is

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Frequently Asked Questions About Civil Protection


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8 hours agochild(ren)’s daycare. What is a permanent protection order? A permanent restraining order (PRO) is virtually the same as a temporary restraining order, as it can restrain a Defendant from your home, your work and public places you may frequent, as discussed above. The difference is a PRO has no expiration date and lasts forever.

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Orders For Protection And Harassment Restraining Orders


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1. Learning about Orders for Protection. What is an Order for Protection (OFP)? An Order for Protection (OFP) is a court order to stop household or family violence (domestic abuse).
2. How do I get an OFP? Steps for getting an OFP. To get an OFP you need to get the forms, fill them out, and file them with the courthouse. The courthouse you go to can be in any of these places
3. The Court Hearing. How do I get ready for the hearing? Evidence: If you have evidence that you want the judge to look at, start getting your papers together.
4. After the Court Hearing. When do I get the Judge’s decision? After both you and the abuser present your cases, the judge decides if you get an OFP.
5. Changing or Extending an OFP. How do I change my OFP? You need to ask the court to change your OFP. This is called a modification. Fill out the forms explaining what you want to change and why.
6. Moving When You Have an OFP. What if I move from the address listed on my OFP? The OFP is good even if you move. Think about giving the court and your local police department your new address.
7. Harassment Restraining Orders. What is a Harassment Restraining Order? A Harassment Restraining Order is a restraining order to prevent harassment.
8. Criminal Charges Against Abusers. Has a crime been committed? What should I do? Anytime you are physically or sexually assaulted (harmed), a crime has been committed.
9. Where to Find Help and Get Court Forms. Where to Find Help. A domestic abuse advocate can help you make plans for your safety. Advocates help women and men that have been abused.

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Cover Sheet: Request For Domestic Violence Restraining


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9 hours agoObey child custody and visitation orders Pay child support The restraining order can last up to 5 years. Child custody, visitation, child support, and spousal support orders can last longer than 5 years and they do not end when the restraining order ends.

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What To Know About Restraining Orders During A Child


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6 hours agoIn fact, cases where the individuals weren't married can result in even more difficulties, and this often requires the help of a child custody lawyer. When restraining orders are involved, though, it's an entirely different ballgame. For anyone in a child custody case where a protective order is in place, the following information is vital.

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Connecticut Restraining Orders WomensLaw.org


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6 hours agoIn Connecticut, there are two types of restraining orders: A temporary (ex parte) restraining order can be issued on the day you apply for your restraining order if you allege (and the judge believes) that there is an immediate and present physical danger to you. (“Ex parte” means that the order can be issued without prior notice to the abuser and without the abuser present in court.)

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Restraining Order FAQs The California Crime And Violence


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8 hours agoRestraining Order After Hearing. After having a court hearing, a judge can grant you a Restraining Order After Hearing that can last up to five years. This order is designed to keep your abuser from threatening, harassing, or abusing you. You can ask the court later to have …

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How To Get A Harassment Restraining Order In Chicago


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(312) 325-92003 hours agoVictims with children can use the court’s free childcare center while filling out a petition for an order of protection and when meeting with an advocate or a judge. Cook County victims also can make use of online tools or call (312) 325-9200 for help. Some victims are harassed by people they don't know well or at all.

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Washington State Courts Domestic Violence Protection


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9 hours agoThis is broader than a domestic violence protection order, since it can deal with property issues, child support, spousal support, as well as domestic violence and temporary custody issues. A restraining order is filed as part of a divorce case, a paternity case, or other family law case.

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North Carolina Restraining Orders WomensLaw.org


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2 hours agoFinal domestic violence protective orders (also called a DVPO or a 50B order or a restraining order). An ex parte temporary protective order is a court order designed to provide you and your family members with immediate protection from the abuser.

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Restraining Orders Youth Law Australia


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5 hours agoBullying – online: an protection order can prevent someone from contacting you both online as well as offline, e.g. commenting on your profile, sending messages, or tagging you in a photo. If you want some advice about applying for a restraining order in your situation, you can contact us here. Applying for a restraining order

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The Top Signs You Should File A Restraining Order Husker Law


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9 hours agoWho Can Get a Restraining Order? For a domestic violence restraining order, the victim must be closely linked to the abuser. They can be married or common-law partners, divorced, separated, ex-partners, cohabitants or ex-cohabitants, parents of a child together or a close relative – parent, child, sibling, grandparent or in-law.

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Request For Order


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2 hours ago–For a domestic violence restraining order, use forms DV-100, DV-109, and DV-110. –For an order for contempt, use form FL-410. –To cancel a child support order, use form FL-360 or form FL-640. –To cancel a voluntary declaration of parentage or paternity, use form FL-280 . f. To request temporary emergency (ex parte) orders, you need:

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How Do Restraining Orders Protect You And Your Child At


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5 hours agoA restraining order, also called an abuse prevention order, is a court order issued to protect you from being abused by certain other people. You can get a restraining order to protect you or your child. You must show a court that the person you want a restraining order against has abused either you or your child.

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Protection Orders Snohomish County, WA Official Website


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(425-388-31272 hours agoThis can be done by email ( [email protected]) or by fax (425-388-3127). A person, 16 or older, who is a victim of sexual assault (unless the victim qualifies for a domestic violence protection order). A child. A vulnerable adult as defined in RCW 74.34.020.

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Temporary Restraining Orders DivorceNet


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7 hours agomaster:2021-09-01_13-27-00. A temporary restraining order (TRO) or temporary protective order (TPO) is a court order signed by a judge that requires someone to stop harming or stalking you. Depending on the state where you live, it may be called an injunction, order of protection, family violence protection order, or something similar.

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Civil Restraining Orders San Mateo County Superior Court


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9 hours agoCivil Harassment forms are used to get a restraining order against someone who is intentionally and continuously harassing you, and when there is no domestic or family relationship between you and the other party. There are filing fees for a Civil Harassment restraining orders unless ordered by the judge when there is a direct issue or threat

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Domestic Violence: Obtaining A Restraining Order Los


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9 hours agoRestraining Orders are court orders directing a violent person to stop harassing a victim or the victim’s children. They may be obtained without cost, and will be enforced by the Los Angeles Police Department (LAPD). As of July 1, 1998, a judge or court commissioner must be available on a 24-hour basis to issue telephonic orders when court is

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Protective Orders Commonly Requested Legal Forms


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8 hours agoThe library can help you determine if a form by a specific name is located online or in a library resource. We may also point you to library resources or other websites that discuss a specific legal topic and may contain drafting guides or templates. We cannot help you determine what form you need or assist you in filling out a form.

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Restraining Orders


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4 hours agoRestraining Orders. You can apply to have a restraining order made by the court to protect you from someone who commits family violence or personal violence against you, threatens you or your property harasses, or intimidates you, and you are concerned that it will continue.

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Where can I get a restraining order against a parent?

If the courts are closed and there is a substantial likelihood of immediate danger of abuse, you can seek a restraining order by going to a police department or other law enforcement agency. If the courts are closed, any judge of a District Court, Probate and Family Court,...

When to file a domestic violence restraining order?

If you need protection from a family member (for example, parent, spouse, child, sibling, or current in-law), or a dating partner (for example, current or former girl/boyfriend), you may file a Domestic Violence Restraining Order or Elder Abuse or Dependent AdultRestraining Order.

What's the difference between a restraining order and a protection order?

Restraining Order. This is broader than a domestic violence protection order, since it can deal with property issues, child support, spousal support, as well as domestic violence and temporary custody issues. A restraining order is filed as part of a divorce case, a paternity case, or other family law case.

Do you need a TRO to get a restraining order?

Depending on the state where you live, it may be called an injuction, order of protection, or something similar. To obtain a TRO against someone who is abusing you, it is not necessary to have a domestic violence case pending in court.

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