Pursuant to a temporary protection order, the court can restrain an adverse party from threatening or harassing the applicant or minor children. In addition, the court can direct that the adverse party be excluded from the residence, the applicant’s employer, the children’s school or daycare, or any other place frequented by the applicant or the children. The applicant may also receive financial support through the TPO process. We represent applicants with good faith claims against adverse parties. We also will represent adverse parties that have been the victims of abuse of the TPO process itself.