Category: Orders for Protection

Brown Law Office
February 28, 2018

OFP Appeals

Orders for protection (OFP) allow Minnesota spouses, family members, and roommates to limit their exposure to abusive individuals. Unfortunately, not all OFPs are pursued on honest grounds. Sometimes, alleged victims seek OFPs in hopes of unfairly securing custody, or simply punishing former partners. These orders may last for up to two years, causing undue suffering on behalf of the wrongful recipient.

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Brown Law Office
October 3, 2013

Domestic Abuse in Minnesota : Quick Guide

Domestic abuse involves a statutory definition and process associated with obtaining an Order for Protection. Here is a quick guide on those issues: Abuse: Physical harm, assault or infliction of fear of imminent physical harm among family members. Process: Alleged victim submits papers to judge, outlining what happened. If court believes act of abuse occurred, Order for Protection is issued. Alleged aggressor may dispute issuance of Order, and request a hearing. If alleged victim proves case, Order up to two years may issue. If case not proven, …

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