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Common Restraining Orders in Georgia

Published by: Scott Spooner • On: 07-08-2014 • Under: General • Tagged: , , ,

Restraining orders in Georgia. In Georgia, there are several types of restraining orders.  The two most common are Temporary Protective Orders (TPO) and Mutual Restraining Orders (MRO). While both are called restraining orders, they are used in very different situations.

At Spooner & Associates, we encounter MROs frequently. This type of restraining order is often put in place automatically in the event of a divorce, custody modification or other domestic action. Mutual restraining orders are used to keep the status quo between the parties. For example, most MROs provide that neither party can cancel health or auto insurance policies, sell marital assets, or remove the children from the county, state, or country.

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