Order of Protection


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To get an order of protection there need be no pattern of abuse, or threatened abuse. The requirement is that the Plaintiff be actually in fear of imminent serious bodily injury. Even if an order is issued, that does not necessarily mean your custody schedule will change. If you believe your son is in danger while he is with her (due to her sister’s presence) you can file a motion to modify the current order.