I just had a newborn and my kids mother is depressed and has post pardoned depression and is on meds for it. She’s been threatening me verbally and essentially telling me I’m not allowed in my own home that I own completely by myself. She’s mentioned creating a protective order just so I’m not allowed back only out of spite. Is this possible for me to be not allowed back in my home when I’ve done nothing wrong
In short, property title has nothing to do with a validly issued restraining order. A restraining order requires a judge to make a determination of the alleged facts surrounding the request for such an order. If your child's mother is legally residing in the home then she would be able to get a restraining order if there are sufficient facts presented to a judge.
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