What protections does a restraining order provide?

By Laura Schantz
April 20, 2017
What protections does a restraining order provide?

A restraining order protects you by ordering that the other person cannot come to your place of work, your house, sometimes your children’s school – or be within a certain number of yards away from you – and that they’re not to contact you in any manner. It basically protects you from that person contacting you.


Laura Schantz is a family law attorney and mediator practicing in Beaverton, Oregon. To learn more about Laura Schantz and her firm, Schantz Law P.C., visit www.oregondivorceattorney.com.

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April 20, 2017
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