Our expert says:
Family law expert
You may apply for a protection order, obtained in the magistrate’s court. All that is required is you attend at the local court where you reside to apply for an interim protection order. The protection order must be served on the other party either by the sheriff of the court or by the police. There are no costs involved if you choose to have it served by the police.
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