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Just NowRelative Restraining Orders. If you are in danger of being harmed by a family member, you can obtain a restraining order in order to be protected from physical abuse, harassment, being stalked, threatened, or sexually abused or assaulted. Other activities that you can be protected from including being contacted, called, attacked, or having your

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Restraining Orders Abuse_selfhelp


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4 hours agoAn employee CANNOT ask for a workplace violence restraining order. If the employee wants to protect him or herself, he or she can ask for a civil harassment restraining order (or a domestic violence restraining order if the abuser is a partner/spouse or former partner/spouse or close family member). Find more information about Workplace Violence.

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Restraining Order Against Immediate Family? Hot Topics


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8 hours agoUnder what circumstance would you file a restraining order against an immediate family member? Would verbal/digital harassment be enough, or would there have to be an act of physical violence? Would you take into consideration the opinions of other immediate family members, or would you do what you felt was best/safest for you and your family?

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How To Get A Restraining Order In New Mexico Genus Law …


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1 hours agoIf you need to obtain a restraining order against your partner, spouse, ex, family member, or anyone else, Genus Law can help you obtain the protection you need. Our Albuquerque family law firm specializes in domestic issues so we are able to assist you throughout the whole process, including other issues that might be relevant , like domestic

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How To Get A Restraining Order PCADV


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8 hours agoProcedures for registering a PFA order vary from state to state. A domestic violence program or the National Domestic Violence Hotline at 800-799-SAFE (7233) or TTY 800-787-3224 can give more information on how to register a PFA order in a new state.

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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 …

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Restraining Orders And Domestic Violence Injunctions In


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6 hours agoSituations That Qualify for Filing a Restraining Order . There must be a legally sufficient incident of domestic violence. Domestic violence is defined as abuse against a person living in one’s household, especially a member of one’s immediate family, which includes but is not limited to the following types of conduct: • destruction of

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5 Things To Know Before Filing A Restraining Order In


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1. There are different types of restraining orders in Florida. In Florida, there are six different types of restraining orders, also known as injunctions.
2. There are certain situations that are grounds for a restraining order. With several types of restraining orders in Florida, sufficient proof of threat is required for an injunction to be placed.
3. You can have your out-of-state restraining order enforced in Florida. If you have an active restraining order from another state, it can still be enforced in Florida.
4. You will need to appear in court for a final restraining order. Immediately after filing for a restraining order, a judge will decide whether or not to issue a temporary injunction based on the information provided in the petition for the injunction.
5. You should have the right attorney when filing for a restraining order. When filing for an injunction in Florida, petitioners often choose the wrong lawyer or choose to file their petition without professional help.

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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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Obtaining An Order Travis County, Texas


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5 hours agoPlease call 512-854-4163 to obtain a protective order. If necessary to leave a message, please include your name and date of birth, as well as the name and date of birth of the person you are applying against, and a phone number or email address we can safely contact you. We will get back to you as soon as possible.

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San Bernardino > Divisions > Family Law > Domestic


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8 hours agoThe San Bernardino Superior Court offers you this free online program to fill out the forms to request or respond to a Domestic Violence Restraining Order. This program will NOT fill out the forms for a Civil Harassment Restraining Order. (Civil Harassment applies when there is no intimate partner or close family relationship between the

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Ask For A Restraining Order Abuse_selfhelp


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1. Fill Out Your Court Forms and Prepare to File 1. Fill out your restraining order forms. Fill out: Request for Civil Harassment Restraining Orders (Form CH-100);
2. File Your Court Forms With the Court. Once you have filled out all your forms, you have to file them with the court. Keep in mind that procedures for filing papers for restraining orders vary from court to court, so check with the court clerk for the procedure in your court.
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. Be prepared: Take documents that help prove the abuse.
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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How To Get A Restraining Order WikiHow


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1. Obtain the proper forms. You need to visit the courthouse in your county. You may also need one from the other party's county or the county where the abuse took place.
2. Get a lawyer involved. Though a lawyer is not required to file a restraining order, you may want to talk with one if you have extra questions about your situation.
3. Complete the forms. You will have to fill out a petition for a restraining order. You will also have an affidavit that explains the events that caused you to file the order.
4. Receive a court hearing. After filing, you will get information about your court hearing. This usually takes one to two days, depending on your state. The hearing is usually scheduled within two weeks of you filing the paperwork.
5. Serve the court order to the abuser. The restraining order is not in effect until the abuser is handed the restraining order papers. You may not give the abuser the papers yourself.
6. Attend the court hearing. You will need to give testimony supporting your request in front of a judge. You may ask for specific protections at the hearing depending on your situation.
7. Receive the judge's decision. The judge will usually decide whether to issue the restraining order the same day as the hearing. If your request is granted, the judge will issue a restraining order that can last up to five years.

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How Can I Get A Restraining Order Against Someone?


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9 hours agoIf a judge is convinced a restraining order is of immediate need, they can order a temporary issue of restraint. If you believe you are in imminent danger of bodily harm from someone you know, the first step may be to call 911 or whatever your local law enforcement emergency number is. The responding officer can guide you through the process of obtaining …

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RESTRAINING ORDERS South Carolina


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3 hours agoorders against individuals engaged in harassment or stalking. This is a civil proceeding which costs nothing to file and serve. The legislation provides for both the issuance of a restraining order with prior notice of the hearing to the defendant, and the issuance of a temporary restraining order without notice to the defendant in an

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How To File A Restraining Order In North Carolina: 6 Step


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1. Go to the courthouse and get the forms you need. You can find a list of county courthouses on N.C. Administrative Office of the Court’s website.
2. Fill out the complaint in detail, but do not sign it until you are before a notary public or clerk of court. Note that this is a civil complaint, you are the plaintiff and the abuser is the defendant.
3. Fill out the summons and help the sheriff’s office identify your abuser. In addition to being served the complaint, your abuser will need to be served a civil summons to appear in court.
4. Seek an ex parte/temporary protective order. At the time you fill out the complaint and summons, you can also seek an ex parte/temporary protective order.
5. Attend the hearing. When you file the complaint and summons, you will be given a date and time for the hearing on your protective order. Your abuser will receive a notice of the hearing with this information.
6. Extend or renew the order (if needed). A protective order lasts for one year from the date it is granted. However, you can seek an extension (or renewal) of the order.

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Apply For A Restraining Order Baltimore County


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1. If you meet at least one of the below listed criteria, then you are eligible for a restraining order. 1. Current or former spouse 2. An individual who has a child in common with the abuser, even if not married or living separately 3. A cohabitant, someone who has lived with the abuser as a sexual partner in the same home for at least 90 days during the past year 4. A person related to the abuser by blood, marriage or adoption 5. A parent, step-parent, child or step-child who has lived with the victim or abuser for at least 90 days within the past year 6. A vulnerable adult—Someone who lacks the physical or mental capacity to provide for their own daily needs

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Restraining Order Against Family Member


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6 hours agoRelative Restraining Orders CalFamily. Being Cal-family.com Show details . Just Now Relative Restraining Orders. If you are in danger of being harmed by a family member, you can obtain a restraining order in order to be protected from physical abuse, harassment, being stalked, threatened, or sexually abused or assaulted.Other activities that you can be protected from …

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Protection Orders Pierce County, WA Official Website


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3 hours agoProtection Orders. A Protection Order is a type of "restraining order" that you, (the petitioner), can file against another person, (the respondent), if you believe you have been a victim of domestic violence by the other person. Or having a friend or family member who is over the age of 18 serve it? Most orders are served by law

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How To File A Restraining Order In Arizona Arizona Legal


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4 hours agoA restraining order is also known as an order of protection when it relates to a family member or domestic partner, and injunction against harassment, when the parties are unrelated, or generally as a protective order.

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Restraining Orders: Sacramento Superior Court


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Just NowCivil Harassment Restraining Order: Protects individuals from someone you have not dated and do not have a close relationship with like a neighbor, a roommate, friend, or family member not listed under Domestic Violence Restraining Orders. Workplace Violence Restraining Order: Protects employees from workplace violence.

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How To Get An Order Of Protection In South Carolina


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3 hours agoOrder of Protection vs. Restraining Order in South Carolina. There are two types of restraining orders in South Carolina. If you’re trying to restrain someone who is a member of your household (such as an abusive spouse), the restraining order is called an “Order of Protection.” An Order of Protection is granted by a family court judge.

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Civil Restraining Order Second District Court


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Just NowA Restraining Order is a court order that protects people from harassment. You can also ask for protection of your family members or other household members. A Domestic Violence Order of Protection is a civil order that may be issued when a person files against a household member and there are acts or threatened acts of abuse.

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Civil Harassment Restraining Orders Superior Court Of


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3 hours agoUnder California law (Code of Civil Procedure §527.6), a person who has suffered harassment may seek a temporary restraining order and an injunction prohibiting harassment.Civil Harassment Restraining Orders differ from Family Law Domestic Violence Restraining Orders in that the person doing the harassing has no close family or domestic relationship with the victim.

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Restraining Order GA The Law Ladies


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Just NowRestraining Order in Georgia. Georgia law defines three different protective orders: family violence protective orders, stalking protective orders, and employer protective orders. Employer protective orders can only be filed by an employer with the intent of protecting one employee from another.

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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 a permanent order, the abuser must be served.

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Filing For An Application For A Restraining Order CT


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5 hours agoFamily Forms Filing an Application for a Restraining Order. INSTRUCTIONS: Here is a link to an informational pamphlet, Restraining Orders: How to Apply for Relief from Abuse, JDP-FM-142 that describes how to apply for a restraining order. You can link to all of the forms you’ll need inside the pamphlet by clicking on the form name (please

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Restraining Orders In Oklahoma


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1 hours agoProtective orders are most often issued to victims of domestic abuse, stalking, harassment, and/or rape. Elements of Domestic Abuse: Any act of physical harm, or the threat of imminent physical harm which is committed by someone 13 years of age or older against family members, household members, or within a dating relationship. Elements of

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YOUR RIGHTS REGARDING RESTRAINING ORDERS


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8 hours agoIn these cases, you should file for a restraining order in the Probate & Family Court. The Probate & Family Court can also change or override the District Court's restraining order. What steps are required to get a restraining order? To get a restraining order at a courthouse, you need to do three things: (1) fill out a Complaint,

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Protection Orders Pennsylvania Office Of Victim Services


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1 hours agoA Protection From Abuse (PFA) Order is a court order issued by a judge that can provide you protective "relief" from someone who is abusing you, for up to three years. An individual who is 18 years of age or more, or teens and children who are accompanied by a parent, an adult household member, or a guardian ad litem, can go to court and ask for a PFA.

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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 minor is a person under the age of 18. 3.

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Guide To Protection Orders Columbus


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9 hours agoMunicipal (Criminal) court may issue a Domestic Violence Temporary Protection Order (DVTPO) or a Criminal Protection Order (CRPO) depending on the type of charge and your relationship to the defendant. Civil (Domestic) Court issues Civil Protection Orders (CPO) if you are a family or household member of the defendant.

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Do You Need A Restraining Order? Here's How To Get One


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6 hours agoHow a Restraining Order Works. If a judge approves an Order of Protection, your abuser will be required to obey any orders stated within. Restraining orders vary widely from case to case, but they often: Limit or restrict contact with you and/or others in your family, whether in person or by phone, email, or via any other mode of communication.

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Obtain A Restraining Order In NM New Mexico Criminal Law


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5 hours agoYou may have a restraining order filed against you, whether you were notified of a hearing or received a temporary restraining order notice. Sadly, a restraining order is not hard to obtain, and a spouse or vindictive ex may be tempted to file a temporary restraining order against you to get a leg up in a custody battle or just to get back at you.

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Obtaining A Restraining Order In CA. Bail, Forms


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3 hours agoFamily members are fearful and afraid of a heated argument breaking out, or worse. Below Are Suggestions on How to “Self-File” a Restraining Order: One way to acquire a restraining order form is to ask the arresting officer to issue a Temporary Restraining Order, immediately following criminal or violent domestic related incidents. What

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Domestic Violence California


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3 hours agoDomestic Violence Is: A domestic violence restraining order is a court order that helps protect people from abuse, and/or threats of abuse from someone they have a close relationship with. Abuse is defined as any of the following: Physically hurting or trying to hurt someone intentionally or recklessly; Sexual assault;

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Restraining Orders: Contra Costa Superior Court


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7 hours agoRestraining Orders. Domestic Violence and Emergency Ex Parte filings may be filed in-person from 8:00 a.m. – 3:00 p.m. Filings can also be can be submitted by email as PDF files to [email protected]contracosta.courts.ca.gov, by drop box, or by mail. The drop box is located in front of the Peter Spinetta Family Law Building, 751 Pine Street

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Protection Orders And No Contact Orders In Indiana GDS


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7 hours agoA Protective Order vs. Restraining Order in Indiana. There is no specific thing called a restraining order in Indiana. If you have been hurt by someone, endured abuse from a family member, household member, or romantic partner, or are being stalked, you need to speak with an order of protection lawyer at GDS Law Group, LLP.

Location: 635 Meridian St, Anderson, 46016, IN
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Restraining Orders, Protection Orders And Peace Bonds


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4 hours agoA restraining order can only apply to partners and former partners, including same-sex partners, and only in family situations, where spouses or partners have separated. A restraining order is an order from a judge restraining one spouse from molesting, annoying or harassing or communicating with the applicant spouse, former spouse or children.

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What Are The Ways To Get Restraining Order In India? Quora


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3 hours agoAnswer (1 of 4): * Thanks for A2A but I am not much knowledgeable about the topic. * As far as I know you have a file a for against the person and approach the court for an injunction stating the threat posed by that person please find below few details that I could collect * Restraining or

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Restraining Orders: The Steps For Getting A Restraining


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1 hours agoYou can file a complaint for a restraining order with the Family Part of the Chancery Division of the Superior Court in the county where you live, the county where the abuser lives, or the county where the violence occurred. 1 (To find courthouse contact information, see our NJ Courthouse Locations page.) Remember to bring some form of identification (a driver’s …

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Restraining Orders Youth Law Australia


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5 hours agoWhen can I apply for a restraining order? You can apply for an AVO against a family member, guardian, carer or other person in a domestic relationship with you (called an Apprehended Domestic Violence Order), or against someone other than a family member or person in a domestic relationship (called a Apprehended Personal Violence Order).

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Getting A Restraining Order Ontario.ca


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1. Find a family courthouse near you. Find a courthouse to file your application. You should choose the court in the municipality where you or the other party lives.
2. Fill out an application. If you have not already started a family court case relating to other issues, you will need to file a Form 8: Application (General) to start the court process.
3. Serve the documents. You will have to serve (deliver) the respondent with: a copy of your court-issued documents that you filed at Step 2 so that the other person knows that you have started a case against them.
4. Confirm you will be in court on the date of the hearing. Once you have a date for your motion or application to be heard by a judge, you will need to complete and file a Form 14C: Confirmation with the court at least two days before your hearing date.
5. Go to court to explain your case. It is important to be in court on your hearing date. When your application or motion is heard, the judge will consider what you and the other person have written in your court documents and what you tell the court in person.
6. When a restraining order is made. If the judge makes a restraining order, family court staff will prepare the order for you. Always keep a copy of the restraining order with you.

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Can I Get An Order Of Protection? I Think I Want An Order


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5 hours agoYou can ask for an Order of Protection if the person abusing you or threatening you is a family member, intimate partner, or former intimate partner. You can also ask for an Order of Protection if someone is stalking you, has sexually assaulted you, or has assaulted you, whether or not you have had an intimate relationship with that person.

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How To Get A Restraining Order In The UK Legal Beagle


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7 hours agoWhere a family member, partner or your child's other parent is harassing or abusing you, and you need a emergency solution, it may be more appropriate to seek an injunction. This is an order equivalent to a restraining order but it doesn't require criminal proceedings. There are two types of injunction in a family law context.

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Protective/Restraining Order Against Non Family Members


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7 hours agoYou want a restraining order. Family law attorney or criminal lawyer can probably help. Disclaimer: This answer is intended for informational and educational purposes only and should not be considered legal advice nor forming the attorney-client relationship.

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Restraining Orders And Injunctions FAQs Personal Law Donut


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1. What is the difference between a restraining order and an injunction? Restraining orders and injunctions are both types of court order that tell someone not to do something.
2. Can I get a restraining order against my abuser even if they were not found guilty? A court can issue a restraining order at the end of a case even if the defendant was not convicted.
3. Can I get an injunction or restraining order even if there hasn't been any actual domestic violence? Protective orders can be used to deal with any form of domestic violence or abuse.
4. What is a domestic violence protection notice? A domestic violence protection notice can be issued by a police officer if you have been a victim of domestic violence and the officer thinks it is necessary to protect you from further violence or threats.
5. What is a domestic violence protection order? A domestic violence protection order is like a temporary restraining order that helps protect victims of domestic violence from further violence or threats.
6. Can I get an injunction to stop my partner threatening me or my children? You can apply to the court for a non-molestation order. This can require your partner not to use violence, threaten or intimidate you (or your children).
7. How can I protect myself against abuse when we share a home? You can apply for an occupation order. This prohibits your abuser from coming near or entering your home.
8. My abusive partner is threatening to take our child away if I complain - what can I do? As long as you have parental responsibility for the child, you can apply for a prohibited steps order.
9. How long does an injunction to protect me against domestic abuse last? Injunctions are typically granted for a set period - often six to 12 months - though they can be indefinite.
10. How long does it take to get an injunction against an abuser? It typically takes a week or two to get an injunction, but you can apply for an injunction to be granted on the same day if you are at immediate risk of significant harm.

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How To File A Restraining Order In California (with Pictures)


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2 hours ago4. Locate the appropriate court. You must file for a restraining order in the county where the abuse takes place or where the abuser lives. To find the appropriate court, you can use the “Find My Court” locator from the California Courts website. Click on your county or type in your zip code. Advertisement.

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Frequently Asked Questions

Can I put a restraining order on a family Membe??

You can ask for a civil harassment restraining order if you are being harassed, stalked, abused, or threatened by someone you are not as close to as is required under domestic violence cases, like a roommate, a neighbor, or more distant family members like cousins, aunts or uncles, or nieces or nephews.

Can you still get married with a restraining order??

A restraining order would not affect a marriage here. .You can get married in such a situation. If it involves violating the restraining order it might subject you to prosecution but it wouldn't stop you from getting a license and getting married..

What are the legal reasons for a restraining order??

While restraining order names and procedures vary by state, the same general rules apply. Common reasons to get a restraining order include actual or threatened physical abuse, psychological abuse or depletion of assets.

Can you file a restraining order against a parent??

An adult with a recognized legal interest in a child who is abused can file a petition for a restraining order on behalf of that minor. Typically this is the other parent.

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