Legal Information: California
Updated: February 16, 2022
What are the steps to get a restraining order to prevent elder or dependent adult abuse?
The steps to get a restraining order to prevent elder or dependent adult abuse are similar to the steps to get a domestic violence restraining order. If you have any questions, call the clerk of court. You can find the contact information for your clerk on the CA Courthouse Locations page.
You can find forms related to restraining orders to prevent elder or dependent adult abuse on the court’s website.
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