After a divorce preceding it is beneficial to obtain a copy of the restraining order. By obtaining a copy of the restraining order there will be no questions as to what the terms of the order state. Both parties should obtain a copy following the court hearing. It is important that each party obeys these orders precisely.
First, if you have misplaced or simply not received a copy of your restraining order you should go back to the court in which your matter was heard. Ask to speak with the clerk of the court regarding receiving a copy of the order.
Second, the clerk may ask and require pertinent information before releasing the copy of the restraining orders. Potential information that may be asked is the case number for your matter along with your full name, birthday, and the name of opposing party. Additionally, at some courts they may require a photo identification card along with the information previously stated.
Third, please note that at certain courthouses they may charge a fee for an additional copy of the restraining order. Fees can range from around $1 per page.
Fourth, you may also ask the attorney for a copy of the restraining order.
For further information on restraining orders and divorce please contact the Tustin Divorce Attorney at 714-971-8000. Call now for your free consultation!