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1. Where can I go to request an order of protection?
2. What information do I have to provide?
3. Who does the order protect and from what?
4. How long is the term of the order?
5. What happens if the order of protection is violated?
6. The person I need an order against doesn't live with me; who is considered a household member?
7. How do I obtain an order of protection during non-business hours or when Family Court is not in session?