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Legal Information: U.S. Virgin Islands

Restraining Orders

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Updated: 
December 7, 2020

Step 2: Bring identification and information about the abuser.

It can be helpful to bring information about the abuser, if you have it, including contact information (address and phone number) and a description of his/her appearance.

Remember to bring some form of personal identification as well (a driver’s license or other identification that includes your picture) since this may be needed to get your signature notarized in court.