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If a Judge grants a Final Protective Order, what can the Judge order?

If a Final Protective Order is granted, the Judge can:

  • Order the Respondent not to abuse, threaten to abuse, or contact the Petitioner
  • Order the Respondent not to enter the residence of the Petitioner
  • Order the Respondent to vacate the home
  • Order the Respondent to stay away from the Petitioner’s place of employment
  • Order the Respondent to stay away from the minor child’s childcare provider
  • Grant custody and access of the minor children
  • Order the Respondent to pay emergency family maintenance
  • Award use and possession of a vehicle jointly owned by the parties
  • Award use and possession of a pet
  • Order the Respondent into counseling
  • Order the Respondent to turn over firearms

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