LEGAL GUIDE
Written by attorney Jennifer T Miller-Morse

Do I Need a Restraining Order?

When a separation or divorce becomes volatile with the potential for a violent confrontation, you might need a restraining order. A restraining order prohibits the person who is threatening you or your children from approaching or contacting you.

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