Guidelines On Restraining Orders  

Restraining orders are best sought when one feels that his or her life is in danger. This situation occurs when either one or all the conditions are met in a situation in which one is being either harassed or stalked. Another important thing to remember before seeking a restraining order is one must be able to prove such a situation.

The core function of a restraining order is to protect a victim from the person which the order will be issued against, who can cause any physical or emotional harm. The best thing to do to prove such a situation is to collect evidence to present to the court. With valid evidence in hand, the court will issue a restraining order against the abuser. One can take help from people who have sought the court’s help and successfully issued restraining orders against their abusers in the past.

Most commonly abusers are ex-husbands or wives stalking people who have been their partners in the past. Even unmarried people can have abusive and stalking partners. Any person, who threatens another person’s life or harasses a person for no reason, is a good candidate to be served a restraining order.

Though, it has to be understood that a restraining order is just a piece of paper. The courts and the police are a whole system which works to keep you safe from the hands of the abuser who harasses or stalks his victim. The guidelines of restraining orders vary from state to state, and it is best to consult the county officials to get a better understanding of its legalities.

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