Restraining Order


#1

If she has not moved to extend the order, it simply expires. There is nothing you need to do.

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#2

My ex-wife was able to secure a restraining order against me. Today, June 27, marks the one year anniversary and the end date. She has not attempted to have it extended. What process is next; does it just end? do I get a confirmation from the clerk of court? do I have to call the clerk of court? do I have to go back to court? Please assist, thank you.