A personal protection order is also known as a PPO. A personal protection order, or PPO, is issued by the Circuit Court. This order may be used to prohibit a person from assaulting, attacking, beating or molesting you, threatening to kill or physically harm you, stalking, following, contacting, coming to your home or work, or any other conduct prohibited by the court’s order. In the state of Michigan, depending on the relationship between the parties, and the alleged conduct, there are two different types of personal protection orders that a petitioner may see from the court: Domestic PPO or Non-Domestic PPO.
Non-Domestic PPO – If you have not been and are not in a domestic partnership of any kind with a person, you will need to file a non-domestic PPO.
Domestic PPO – If you have been at anytime in a personal relationship with the person or currently are in a domestic relationship with this person, you will need to file a domestic PPO. This includes marriage, divorced, have lived with are dating or have a child with.
You may find additional information at the following websites for PPOs:
Crawford County: http: www.crawfordsheriff.org/Misc/Jail/ppo’s.htm
Oscoda County: http://www.oscodacountymi.com/Circuit%20Court.html
Supreme Court Administrators Office (SCAO) where downloadable forms for filing are also available: http://courts.mi.gov/Self-help/Directories/Pages/SCAO-Offices-and-Programs.aspx
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