Restraining Orders

How does a 37-year-old male go about getting a nationwide restraining order against his father forbidding contact with him or his friends?

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2005-09-10 17:35:55
2005-09-10 17:35:55

The exact procedures for obtaining a restraining order will vary by state. You should contact your local court for the proper forms and procedures. Most states have procedures where you can apply for a harassment restraining order and most states should recognize the validity of the order. However, you can only file to protect yourself and your immediate family. Your friends will need to get their own orders. Restraining orders are issued by state courts they cannot enforce such orders outside of their jurisdiction. However, the Full Faith And Credit Federal Laws uphold restraining orders within the U.S. and it's commonwealths. Because states differ in the court where restraining petitions are filed, you need to contact the county court clerk for the correct venue and filing procedures. Generally a person makes an "ex-parte appearance" in court to receive a Temporary Protective/Restraining Order. After which, there will be an Order To Show Just Cause hearing, where all involved parties present evidence for why a permanent order should or should not be granted. An order can be granted for any length of time, from a few weeks to several years. To ensure the order remains in effect when changing residency to another state, the person should contact the court clerk in the new county once residency has been established. Each individual requesting a protective order must apply for it themselves, pursuant to the laws of the state.

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