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Asked on: 8/21/07, 10:45 am

How to write an order of protection

I am trying to help my daughter get and order of protection from her grandmother and aunt.

What is the best way to write the order? Thanks

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Answered on: 8/21/07, 11:06 am by Scott R. Jay

Re: How to write an order of protection

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The judge will write the order if it is granted. Your daughter will have to file the petition in which she has to delineate why the order is necessary. Generally, the court wants at least two incidents noted where your daughter can say she was physically harm or felt threatened.

Scott R. Jay, Esq.

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