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Legal Information: Kentucky
Updated: January 25, 2019
Can a minor file for an interpersonal protective order?
Yes. A minor can file on his/her own or an adult can file for an interpersonal protective order on behalf of a minor victim of dating violence and abuse, sexual assault, or stalking.1 The adult who files it for the minor does not have to be his/her parent or guardian.
1 KRS § 456.030(1)(d)
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