Can my ex-spouse visit our children if I have a restraining order against him? Restraining Order Brooksville

Can my ex-spouse visit our children if I have a restraining order against him? Yes, there are ways that your ex-spouse can visit the children if you have a restraining order against him. There are several ways. For example, you could have the court enter provisions into the injunction that allows contact between you and…

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What is the difference between a temporary restraining order and a restraining order after hearing in Florida? Restraining Order Hernando Beach

What is the difference between a temporary restraining order and a restraining order after hearing in Florida? The difference between a temporary restraining order, or a domestic violence injunction, and a restraining order or domestic violence injunction after hearing is that when a party initially files for the domestic violence injunction and the court grants…

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What if the abuse continues even if I have a temporary restraining order (TRO)? Restraining Order Masaryktown

What if the abuse continues even if I have a temporary restraining order (TRO)? A temporary restraining order is just as good as a permanent restraining order. The difference is when you file the injunction, the petition for the injunction, the court will look at it and, based on the facts listed in the petition…

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How can a restraining order stop someone from harassing or harming me or my family? Restraining Order Plant City

How can a restraining order stop someone from harassing or harming me or my family? A restraining order can stop the person who is restrained or the respondent from harassing you or your family in several different ways, depending on your own unique set of circumstances. If you have children, for example, you can provide…

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My estranged husband keeps threatening to break into my apartment. Is he correct when he says he will not be arrested because we are still married? Restraining Order Temple Terrace

My estranged husband keeps threatening to break into my apartment. Is he correct when he says he will not be arrested because we are still married? No, your estranged husband is probably not correct when he says he will not be arrested for breaking into your home. The State of Florida recognizes that you have…

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