Yes. Your domestic violence or harassment restraining order will include a statement that the sheriff must help you retain possession of your residence. It is important to ask for this assistance when you file the petition requesting the restraining order. If the petition is granted, the order must be taken to the sheriff and arrangements made to serve your significant other. At that time, you will inform the sheriff that you wish to retain possession of your residence. The sheriff will assist you and ensure that your significant other leaves. You do not need to be present when the sheriff serves the order on your significant other, even if he/she is in the residence at the time. The order will then prevent your significant other from contacting you in person, by phone, email, text, and even indirectly through another person.
I have been representing families in divorce for almost 30 years. I would be glad to discuss your concerns with a no cost, no obligation consultation. Should you be in the need of a divorce attorney whether for divorce or post-divorce matters please contact Attorney Mark L. Krueger in the Baraboo area at (608) 356-3961, Madison area at (608) 824-9540 or Statewide at (866) 455-2993. Please feel free to email at email@example.com and check out our website at https://khtlawyers.com. Remember, at Krueger Hernandez & Thompson SC we listen, we care, we get results!
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