Make sure you fully understand the parameters and review them with your lawyer.
No two cases are the same. Each case requires a unique analysis and advocacy before a judge. Generally, you can fight the case and ask for a trial or you can accept an order of protection in favor of the petitioner on consent without any finding of fact. Alternatively, the respondent can drop the order. This is much different than criminal court where the prosecution has the reigns of the restraining order and the criminal case. While the fact that you will have more control as a petitioner is one reason why some people decide Family Court is better than going to the police to get an order of protection, there are other concerns or issues they may impact your decision that you should discuss further with your attorney.
Whether you are a petitioner or respondent, it is essential to have skilled legal representation. The last thing you want to do is file or respond to an order of protection improperly especially where the other side has his or her own counsel. Protect yourself.
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