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Domestic Violence Restraining Order
You can ask for a Domestic Violence Restraining Order if:
- A person has abused you; and
- You have a close relationship with that person (married or registered domestic partners, divorced, separated, dating or used to date, live together or used to live together*), or you are related (parent, child, brother, sister, grandmother, grandfather, mother-in-law, son-in-law) or you have a child with the person.
*You have to be more involved than just roommates.
Elder or Dependent Adult Protective Order
You can ask for an Elder or Dependent Adult Restraining Order if:
- You are 65 or older, or you are between 18 and 64 and have certain disabilities; and
- You are a victim of:
- Physical or financial abuse;
- Neglect, abandonment; or
- Treatment that has physically or mentally hurt you.