- If you are a victim of domestic violence by a family or household member, you may be eligible for a restraining order through the Superior Court in the State of Connecticut
- The restraining order can offer you safety protections through a court order that prohibits the accused abuser from assaulting, stalking or threatening you
- The protections can also extend to other persons in your household such as children. They can even extend to financial matters relating to children that you have in common with the accused
- It is important to consult with an attorney about this matter. In order to obtain a restraining order, an application must be made to the court. The relevant details will be closely assessed and reviewed by your attorney
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