Yes you can refuse. I don't know who is trying to force you to get a restraining order against your husband, but restraining orders are for the benefit of the people who obtain them, so if you don't think you need one, then no one has the right to force you to get one. Of course, if your husband is actually a violent person who is dangerous to you, then it would be in your interests to get a restraining order. But that is for you to decide.
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 a wife puts a restraining order against the husband is it legal to contact each other through another person
Only if u get a restraining order against him.
One way is to call the police, tell them he threatened you then get a restraining order against him. They will escort him off the premises. The restraining order will keep him from returning.
If you have a permenant restraining no contact order then your ex-husband commenting on your facebook picture definitely violates the terms of the restraining order because he is not suppose to contact you at all and commenting on your facebook picture would be a form of contact.
Yes, it is a crime for a wife to set her husband up to follow her to a hotel. If she has a restraining order against him, her and her boyfriend could get in trouble for this as well.
my husband received a restraining order today and was told to stay away from child care. the child care provider said my husband could go pick him up that he has just as much rights as the mother does, If I his wife go the the sitters house and get the truth about what she said and recorded her then as I'm walking away tell her that she was being recorded will I be in trouble for recording our conversation ?
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.
Husband will have to petition the judge who issued the restraining order against him to modify it to allow face-to-face contact in the presence of a marriage mediator. However, if the other party is adamant and does not wish mediation, it appears futile to petition the judge to order it, however you can always try. The judge who issued the restraining order will have to become involved since it is only he, who can modify it.
You take the hint and leave him alone.
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.
what do i do if somebody violates their own restraining order against me two times?
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.
Yes, it's the common way to get him removed when he refuses to leave at her request. Getting a restraining order is easy as David Letterman learned, cost him thousands to defend. see link
Yes, you can. But any reconciliation will have to go through a mediator/lawyer before having him return. There are severe consequences if he (or you) break the terms of the restraining order. Be certain when making your decision.
No. Their parents may be able to get a restraining order on the minor's behalf.
If you live in the house and have a restraining order he cannot enter the property. You need to consult with someone at the court that issued the restraining order.If you live in the house and have a restraining order he cannot enter the property. You need to consult with someone at the court that issued the restraining order.If you live in the house and have a restraining order he cannot enter the property. You need to consult with someone at the court that issued the restraining order.If you live in the house and have a restraining order he cannot enter the property. You need to consult with someone at the court that issued the restraining order.
restraining orders must be done through the court system
A restraining order against James M. Fyfe for Hunter B. Fyfe
What would prevent that? You are bound by the restraining order, not the person who obtained it.
Yes. Your g/f's mom is her legal guardian and can get a restraining order against your regardless of your age. If you violate the restraining order both you and you parents will be legally liable.
No, only born people can get restraining orders.
No she never had a restraining order against him.
Yes. You can get this type of order against anyone as long as you can prove the order is needed.