Legal Information: Kentucky
What is an interpersonal protective order?
An interpersonal protective order is a civil court order that protects you from an abuser if you are a victim of:
If you do not fit into these categories, you can check our Protective Orders / Domestic Violence Orders to see if you qualify for that type of order instead.
1 KRS § 456.030(1)
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