No. Their parents may be able to get a restraining order on the minor's behalf.
No, only born people can get restraining orders.
No - anyone, citizen or not, can file, and be granted a restraining order.
No, but you can file for your own separate restraining order too if you have proof that you have been abused.
You can file a restraining order on almost anyone.
Depends on the age of the child. If under 18 he/she is a minor and the answer is no. You have to deal with the problems that exist. If over 18 they are an adult and yes you could file a restraining order.
You can file for it, but you have to convince a judge to agree with you. However, if the person you are restrained from is seeking you out and/or harassing you, you absolutely need to contact the court for advice. But if you simply want to file a restraining order against them just because they filed one against you, you won't convince the judge.
no, but your mother can take him to court and get full custody so he won't be able to see you or come near you without her and your permission
It depends on the laws of your particular state. You could go to your local police department and/or your local courthouse and they should be able to give the forms to file the restraining order.
Appear before a Justice of the Peace and file a information.
The court doesn't charge you to file for a restraining order.
Yes, if he is the children's father, and you are not the ex's new husband (the children's stepfather) it is possible. The outcome will be decided by a judge.
Restraining them from doing WHAT? If it is to prevent them from being assaulted by the miinor, the possible remedy imight be to file "Juvenile Out Of Control" papers on them. A judge might order family counselling.
Yes, it is POSSIBLE, but he would have to have sufficient grounds to convince the judge that a restraining order was justified.
You'd have to file child abuse charges against her, not a protective order.
not sure if you mean whether or not you can file a restraining order against any judge or a judge you are dealing with in a case. the latter may present some problems whereas the former may be considered a person like anyone else not immune from the application of a restraining order if necessary. To be clear, a restraining order order is a Court order against an individual, which prevents them from having any sort of contact with another individual. You need to have a legitimate reason why you are requesting the restraining order. There are different types of restraining orders but they are typically applied when an individual feels that they are being threatened, stalked, or abused by another so keep that in mind.
File charges, kick her out of the house, restraining order for you and the kids, then file for divorce. Restraining order is the key.
There are grounds and criteria for someone seeking a restraining order. A judge will decide about issuing the restraining order as a permanent order. There must be proof of threatening behavior or danger. The court will be cautious and issue a temporary restraining order. After the court , if there isn't proof to substantiate the court can't enforce....
with who do I file a harrasement charge?
If you are the one who filed for the order, you can request that the court vacate the restraining order. If you are the one against whom it was filed, you would have to file a counter-motion, or an appeal, with the same court that granted the order in the first place.
In order to dismiss a restraining order, you will need to petition a "Dismiss Protection Order" with the court system.