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2/25/2015

Restraining Order Questions

This is an email I just received from a reader.
It is our policy to publish any and all restraining order questions, as long as no persons right to privacy is violated. Any answers to any restraining order questions must not be mistaken for legal advice. We are not attorneys, and thus are not qualified to give any legal advice. We can however share our opinions and our experiences with the legal system, as it pertains to restraining orders.

There was a restraining order put into place on a mother.
The father filed the restraining order. Under that restraining order
was placed the child of the mother, the girlfriend of the father, and 
her son.
The father went to prison. Is the restraining order still in place for the
girlfriend? Can the girlfriend legally press charges under the restraining order?
She did press charges and won with no evidence. Her word against the mother.
Never the less, can girlfriend legally press charges, or would it have to be the
father?

2/08/2015

Restraining Order Questions From A Reader

Hi I saw your website


...and I have a question about restraining orders.

I am 32 years old,  and I was invited to live at my parents house because they knew I had difficulties paying rent while in School. I just about finished my courses. and asked my parents if I could finish a few things this year to graduate,  or if they needed me to get a job.

My older sister (48) had been accusing me of not getting a job because I was lazy, but I actually am trying to finish school, and it requires me to be on Campus,  for submitting proposals, etc. It has taken a lot longer than I had planned.

Today, both of my parents were stand-offish with me when I was asking a single question and then they accused me of being "violent" when I was about 30 feet away from them and literally asked if there was cleaning agent on the kitchen floor. They did not answer the question directly and I kept asking because I did not want to get a chemical burn from someone cleaning the kitchen. Then they said that I had an attitude problem. They keep saying things to me and I am saying back to them "no, what do you mean, I am just asking about the kitchen" and by the end of it because I still asked them to answer the question they said I need to "get out".

So it is clear they don't want me here, but my main problem is they are accusing me things I did not do or even say. How do I protect myself from their accusations when they are literally making things up in front of me? I feel as though I need a restraining order on them and my sister because they don't listen to me. But I need to move out ASAP too. The problem is that I am not working, I am a FT college student and have no work schedule time available.

 Thank you,
Marcus Dupree