In the 12th Judicial Circuit Court, for an order of protection, there must be a "familly or household member" relationship.
12th Judicial Circuit Court Rules say:
"An Order of Protection can be filed against a family or household member who has
committed acts of domestic violence against you or your minor child."
The definition of "family or household member" relationship is defined.
Simply put, the girlfriend of your ex-spouse does not qualify.
Again, quoting from the 12th Judicial Court rules:
"The Judge may deny the Order because you do not meet the burden of proof or because
no “family or household member” relationship exists."
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You can check the court clerk's office and search by your name under "Court Schedule" to see if there is a pending court date. Go to http://willcountycircuitcourt.com/ HOWEVER the most comprehensive search can be accomplished by a review of the court docket. My office has access to the online docket and can see if there is a case filed and provide a consultation on the issues involved as well.
Moreover, if your husband recently HAD a girlfriend, you should be in marriage counselling. If he HAS a girlfriend, sounds more like you need a divorce consult.Ask a similar question
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