restraining order is an order from the court written to protect someone from being physically or sexually abused, threatened, stalked, or harassed
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Protected Person – the person who is getting the restraining order.
Restrained Person – the person the restraining order is against.
Protected Persons – the family or household members of the protected person.
Types of restraining orders
In this case of restraining orders, there are three that are the most common and can be filed immediately.
As an example they are as follows:
Personal Conduct Restraining Orders – Can stop specific acts against the protected person.
Specific acts include:
- Attacking, striking, battering, stalking
- Contacting, calling, text messages, e-mail
- Threatening, sexually assaulting, harassing
- Destroying personal property, disturbing the peace of the protected people
Stay-Away Restraining Orders – Written to keep the restrained person a certain distance away from the protected person and their property.
- Place of work
- Children’s school and child care
- Other important places the protected person(s) visit
Residence Exclusion Restraining Orders – Kick-out or move-out orders written to remove the restrained person from the protected person(s) residence.
However a residence exclusion restraining order can only be used if there are the following present:
- Elder abuse
- Domestic violence
- Dependent adult abuse
Do you have a restraining order against you?
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In addition the following can happen if you have a restraining order against you:
- Moving out of their home
- Conflict with their immigration status
- Reduce accessibility to see their children
- Restricted to going certain places or doing certain things
- Take away their firearms as well as restrict their ability to purchase a firearm
Note: If someone breaks their restraining order, consequently they can expect jail time and hefty fines.
What Can I Do For You?
Restraining Orders are a very serious and sensitive issue.
So much so I have dedicated my life and firm to this practice.
In conclusion, if you are looking to file a restraining order or have been a restrained person.