I want my child to be protected. My father has a history of psychological abuse it's very hard to explain in the most definitely it's hard to prove and I have tons of examples that I could show the court, but is a restraining order possible?
You need to speak to an experienced family law attorney. There is no way to tell if your restraining order would be possible. To get an order you must show 1. an injury and 2. the likelihood that it will occur again.
You demonstrate the second element by showing a history/patter of past abuse.
Typically this is an actual physical injury. Mental abuse plays a role in physical abuse, but I have never seen this established to the level of a restraining order. Maybe a 3111 or 730 evaluation would be a better route. You would request either of these with a RFO (request for order.)
It's impossible to say whether something, which you don't describe at all, and which is both "hard to explain and "definitely hard to prove" would ever result in issuance of a restraining order, since to get one, the "protected person", or the parent of the protected person (if the protected person is a minor child) would need to do BOTH.
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