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  • False Restraining Order Claims-OREGON Oregon

    What kinds of information do I need to present in a hearing if I want to overturn a restraining order? I was served with a restraining order filed by my ex claiming threats and abuse I never made. The order prevents me from having any visitation with my kids which I believe is the reason she filed it to begin with.

    I've not threatened or done any of the things I was accused of in the order. What do I need to provide in order to get this order overturned so that I can see my kids? If it comes down to being my word against hers, will the order be allowed to stand?

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    Originally posted by OregonDad View Post
    What kinds of information do I need to present in a hearing if I want to overturn a restraining order? I was served with a restraining order filed by my ex claiming threats and abuse I never made. The order prevents me from having any visitation with my kids which I believe is the reason she filed it to begin with.

    I've not threatened or done any of the things I was accused of in the order. What do I need to provide in order to get this order overturned so that I can see my kids? If it comes down to being my word against hers, will the order be allowed to stand?
    Have the 2 of you been in any litigation regarding the children?

    If you have, bring that with you, especially if it has been a situation where your ex has been trying to prevent any court ordered visitation.

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