Personal Protection Orders & Domestic Violence
Michigan Statutes provide for 3 type of Personal Protection Orders (PPO) depending on the nature of the relationship between the parties MCL 600.2950. For Domestic PPO A petitioner may seek a domestic relationship against:
- A spouse
- Someone the Petitioner currently resides with or resided with in the past.
- Someone with whom the Petitioner dated.
- When it is clear upon notice that irreparable injury, loss or damage, will result from the delay required to give notice or notice itself will precipitate adverse action, an order may be entered Ex-Parte, meaning without a hearing prior to entry.
- A Respondent has 14 days to file an objection after being served.
- At Corriveau Family Law it is critical in many cases that this deadline not be missed if one is hopeful in setting aside a PPO.
A PPO may have far reaching impact on a Respondents life, based on many factors including:
- Suspension/interference with parenting time.
- Entering on premises including residences and places frequently visited.
- Communicating with Petitioner.
- Purchasing or possessing a firearm.
- Loss of employment
Contact our Office for your Free Initial Consultation
At Corriveau Family Law we can advise you properly on how to defend yourself or prosecute this type of action.
For a free initial consultation about Personal Protection Orders with an attorney at our Northville firm, call 248-380-6801 or