Legal Information: Indiana
Updated: November 24, 2021
Can I get an order for protection against a same-sex partner?
In Indiana, you may apply for an order of protection against a current or former same-sex partner as long as the relationship meets the requirements listed in Who can get an order for protection?
You can find information about LGBTQIA victims of abuse and what types of barriers they may face on our LGBTQIA Victims page.
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