Besides in instances of criminal charges, the law allows Kansas courts to protect people from abuse by way of a civil protective order (a.k.a. restraining order). Once this petition is filed, it is possible that the petitioner (or minor children) will be granted a temporary order of protection. You will be served, and then, statutorily you defend against this within 21 days. Here are some defenses:
Our office has successfully had petitions for protection denied (with all temporary orders vacated). We offer you these tips:
Have more questions about your defenses to Protection from Abuse petitions in Kansas? Call Attorney T. Morton NOW 913-602-7288. Payment plans are available.
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