When will the Respondent be served?
Every effort is made to serve the Respondent as quickly as possible. As soon as the Clerk’s office receives notice back that the Respondent has been served, the clerk will call you to tell you that he/she has been served and give you the court date.

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1. How much does it cost to file an Order of Protection?
2. Will I have to go to court?
3. When will the Respondent be served?
4. Will my child(ren) be protected?
5. Can my spouse and I file on the same form?
6. Can I file against more than one person?
7. How do I violate someone for contacting me?
8. How do I drop an Order of Protection?
9. What is the difference between a Restraining Order and an Order of Protection?