A restraining order or protective order is an order used by a court to protect a
person or entity, and the general public, in a situation involving alleged domestic
Jun 26, 2013 ... When it comes to advice about restraining orders, most of it focuses on the
process of getting one rather than the proof you need. But without ...
A restraining order (also called a “protective order”) is a court order that can
protect someone from being physically or sexually abused, threatened, stalked, ...
The judge will review your information (with evidence if you have any, but not
necessary) and you may get a temporary restraining order (until the 14 day ...
When it comes to marital problems and dealing with a spouse you think may file charges, it is better to play it safe than take the risk of ending up with legal problems. If your ex refuses to meet you in a public place, drop your children off at home but do not enter t... More »
Jun 5, 2015 ... Identify threats or abuse. A restraining order may be filed to protect you and your
children from an abuser or stalker. You should get a ...
Domestic Violence Restraining Order: Protects individuals from family members,
spouse or former spouse, parties that have a child together, or parties that have ...
The court hears applications for restraining orders under the Elderly Persons and
... Before the court will grant a restraining order, the following legal criteria must ...
Here are four things you need to know about a restraining order. If you need a
restraining order or, have one against you, this information is for you.
Restraining 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 ...