A Protective Order Utah, is another name for a restraining order in Utah. A Protective Order is a judicial order restricting a party from taking certain action. Violation of a Protective Order has serious legal consequences, including fines and/or jail time. It is not a substitution for divorce or child custody decree, however.
A Protective Order can do one or any combination of the following:
The Petition must show that the Respondent has harmed or the Petitioner is reasonably afraid that the Respondent will Harm the Petitioner in order to obtain a protective order in Utah. Examples of the type of harm the court is concerned with includes:
If you are afraid of any of these types of harms or have already experienced any of these harms contact us today so we can help you receive the protection you need!
We can help you get a Restraining Order in Utah quickly. In some cases we can get a court to hear an emergency petition on the same day that we file your petition for the restraining order. The court can immediately issue a temporary Protective Order at that hearing and the order will become effective as soon as law enforcement can serve the order on the Respondent.
The duration of the Protective Order varies. Protective Orders are both civil and criminal in nature. The duration for the civil component of the order is usually 150 days. If you have an existing Protective Order that needs to be enforced, contact us immediately, so we can help ensure that your are protected.
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