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Legal Information: Georgia
Updated: October 29, 2019
What are the steps for getting a stalking protective order?
To get a stalking protective order, you will need to fill out and file the proper forms with the clerk’s office at the appropriate superior courthouse. For the basic steps to filing an order, you can see our Steps for getting a family violence protective orders section. Also, the Georgia Superior Court Clerks’ Cooperative Authority allows you to fill out the stalking protective order forms online here.
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