Can a minor get an order for protection?
A minor’s parent, legal guardian, or another representative may file the petition for an order for protection on the minor’s behalf against:
- a family or household member who commits an act of domestic or family violence;
- a person who commits stalking or a sex offense against the minor;
- a person who has committed repeated acts of harassment against the minor; or
- a person who engaged in a course of conduct involving repeated or continuing contact with the minor that is intended to prepare or condition the minor for sexual activity.1
1 IC § 34-26-5-2(c)