Temporary restraining orders (TROs) are often misread or misconstrued, and they can easily be confused with protective orders and temporary orders. So, what is the difference, and why does this all have to be so confusing? Temporary restraining orders, temporary orders, and protective orders each serve distinct purposes, and each requires a different “showing” (procedure) before they can be granted.
Category: Family Law
Family Law, Divorce, Child Custody and Adoption related articles published by Ty Czapla, a Tyler, Texas attorney. Topics include separation, custody orders, protective orders, adultery, domestic violence, and more.
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