your parents have the restraining order against him so you can still live with him as long as he stays away from your parents.
yes, unless he has a restraining order against you.
if u can get one against your sons brothers daughters sisters mums grandfather
A restraining notice is an order of protection. If you have a restraining order against someone then they can't be within a certain feet of your.
No, but when you turn 18 you can request that the court lift the order.
I have a restraining order against him.Why are the police restraining him?
Get a restraining order against the father and call the police. Abuse IS NOT to be tolerated. It can lead to worse, like death.
what do i do if somebody violates their own restraining order against me two times?
No. The jail may not know about the restraining order or try to stop you. But if you have a restraining order against someone, you are also not to make contact with them, as you make it impossible for them to then follow the order. Most courts will find that you invalidate the restraining order if you contact the restrained person, and will then refuse to enforce the order against that person.
If you have a restraining order against you it could possibly hinder you obtaining your nursing license. It really depends on why the restraining order was issued.
yes you can. go to court or try to contact DSS
restraining orders must be done through the court system
No. Their parents may be able to get a restraining order on the minor's behalf.
yes, if justified.
just provide good evidence in court of why he doesnt need it, both you and your dad and the boys family can contest against the restraining order and your mum will be outnumbered :)
Yes. She is a minor and he can get a restraining order. go kick his azz
If the restraining order is in place, you can and should not reply. Block them and do not let them into your home--you are always liable until they remove the restraining order.
No, only born people can get restraining orders.
No she never had a restraining order against him.
What would prevent that? You are bound by the restraining order, not the person who obtained it.
A restraining order against James M. Fyfe for Hunter B. Fyfe