What information do I need to provide?
When you apply for a protective order, you must supply the following information:
1. The name of each applicant (victim);
2. the name, address, and identifiers of each individual who has committed family violence (respondent);
3. the relationship between the victim(s) and the respondent;
4. Statement detailing all of the incidents occurred.
The victim should file for the order as soon after the incident has occurred as possible. Additionally, if other incidents family violence, sexual assault, human trafficking or stalking have occurred, the victim needs to provide this information to the attorney who files the protective order application.

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1. What is a Protective Order?
2. How can a Protective Order help?
3. Who is eligible for a Protective Order?
4. How can I get a Protective Order?
5. Who may file for a Protective Order?
6. What information do I need to provide?
7. What does it cost?
8. How long does it take to receive and how long does it remain in effect?
9. What happens if the Protective Order is violated?
10. What other options are available?