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If you are not seeing a protection order that fits your needs, these other 2 types may be what you're looking for one outside of civil court.
Family Law restraining order
A restraining order must be attached to a Family Law case such as an open dissolution or divorce case, a legal separation, or as part of a parenting plan.
Criminal no contact order
These may be requests in a criminal case by a prosecutor (attorney representing the city, county, or state) and ordered by a judge involving:
- Domestic violence
- Sexual assault
For more information on creating or lifting a criminal no contact order, contact the court your case is in.