You will receive a receipt of your application for a temporary restraining order. Then the court will make a decision regarding your issue within 2 business days. Their decision is based on the personal conduct of the person you want the restraining order agains, control of property, custody of children, or paid child support. If the court decides to grant your request, the individual you seek protection from will have to follow the temporary restraining order’s rules until the court date. If the restraining order is broken the individual could be fined up to $1,000.00 or receive jail time.
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