A Personal Protection Order (PPO) is a Court order to stop threats or violence against you.  You can obtain a PPO if you have reasonable fear for your personal safety or liberty.  A PPO can help protect you from someone that is threatening, harassing, stalking, or hurting you.

The three different types of Personal Protection Orders are domestic relationship PPO, nondomestic (stalking) PPO, and nondomestic sexual assault PPO.  A Judge may issue a PPO Ex Parte meaning the PPO was issued without a hearing and based on the facts in the Petition for PPO alone. If you have been served with a PPO that was issued Ex Parte, contact our attorneys immediately as there are strict timelines to objecting to the PPO.  If you have been served with a PPO and notice of hearing, contact us to we can begin to prepare a strategy to fight the PPO.