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Legal Information: Kansas
Kansas Restraining Orders
Laws current as of April 8, 2020
Kansas offers two types of civil protection orders:
- protection from abuse orders, which provide protection from an intimate partner or household member; and
- protection from stalking, sexual assault, or human trafficking orders, which provide protection from a perpetrator regardless of your relationship to that person.
This section includes information about who qualifies for each order and what protections each order can give to you and your children.
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