Does a restraining order for a house only apply to the house or also the people in it?
Question Details: My parents are going through a nasty divorce due to my mother cheating and she left the house. She broke in and stole things weeks later note no locks were changed we just locked the doors like normal and is doing increasingly more spiteful/crappy/crazy things. Now my dads lawyer has filed a restraining order against my mother for the house essentially saying she's not allowed back on the property. Does that restraining order also apply to us or would I be able to get one against her? I'm worried she'll come to my work and try to do something crazy/try talking to me, I wish to have zero contact with her and never want to see her again due to the crazy things she's been doing such as threatening to shut off the utilities that are in her name, we're currently trying to get that all switched over.
Restraining orders are quite specific: if the order bars her from the hours, it bars her from that location and nowhere else. You would have to get your own order either barring her from all contact with you, or at least barring her from whatever locations you do not want her at.
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