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  • Temporary Protective Orders | ClerksOffice

    Family Violence Temporary Protective Order (TPO) ​ Protection Order If you have been abused or harassed, you can request a Protective Order. If you have a relationship with the person you want protection from you may ask the Court for a Family Violence Temporary Protective Order. If you are not related to the person you may petition the Court for protection from stalking. If the Court grants your petition, you will initially receive an Ex Parte Temporary Protective Order. If the Court grants your Ex Parte Temporary Protective Order, you will receive a court date to return for a hearing at which time you may ask the Court for a 12-Month Protective Order. The information and documents below are intended for information purposes and your convenience ONLY and does not constitute legal advice. This does not replace legal advice from an attorney and if you feel you need legal advice, you should contact an attorney. Nothing on this website shall be a guarantee, warranty or other assurance that the information or documents provided are accurate or current; that any action on such information or documents is legally advisable; or that the forms or documents provided are proper for filing or will be accepted by any court. TPO Filing Information please include TPO questionnaire with filing information Family Violence Forms : Petition for Temporary Protective Order Family Violence Ex Parte Protective Order Affidavit of Notice Family Violence 12 Month Protective Order Family Violence 3yr/Permanent Protective Order Dismissal of Temporary Protective Order Family Violence Continuance Order Form Order to Modify Protective Order Child Support Addendum to Family Violence Protective Order Stalking Forms: Petition for Stalking Protective Order Stalking Ex Parte Protective Order Stalking 12 Month Protective Order Stalking 3 yr/ Permanent Protective Order Stalking Permanent Protective Order Pursuant to Criminal Conviction ​ Dating Violence Forms : Petition for Dating Violence Temporary Protective Order Dating Violence EX PARTE Protective Order Dating Violence Twelve Month Protective Order​ ​ Family Violence Intervention Programs and Articles: Stalking Fact Sheet National Institute of Justice-Stalking ​ Other Forms: Stalking Protective Order pursuant to criminal conviction Child Support Addendum of Protective Order Family Violence Intervention Program Compliance Form Family Violence Intervention Program Status Order Sheriffs Entry of Service ​

  • Jury Duty | ClerksOffice

    JURY MESSAGE ​ *P lease click here to access the Ejuror website to complete the Juror Information Form or to print your Attendance Letter* Please do not check the Ejuror website for reporting instructions. ​ JUROR MESSAGE FOR SERVICE WEEK OF 6/17/2024 – 6/21/2024 This is your Superior Court jury message for Friday, June 21, 2024, All Superior Court jurors are excused for the week. Your debit cards will be loaded Friday after 6:00 P.M. You do not need to activate or register your cards. Judge McElyea, Judge Cannon, Judge Baker, Judge Wallace, Judge Matthews, and Clerk Patty Baker thank you for your service. ​ ​ PLEASE READ : JURY S CAM INFO RMATION Please click here to view our Frequently Asked Questions. Deferral and Excusal Forms can be located here . ​ If you have any questions, please email the Jury Department at In the event we experience inclement weather, please refer to the above jury message.

  • Legitimation | ClerksOffice

    Civil Information Form Legitimation Petition Verification Mother's Consent Acknowledgment of Service and Consent to Venue Domestic Relations Financial Affidavit Child Support Worksheet Child Support Addendum Income Deduction Order Parenting Plan Order of Legitimation Rule Nisi with Certificate of Service Domestic Standing Order Summons Case Disposition Form INFORMATION, NOT LEGAL ADVICE The forms and information available on this website are not intended as legal advice and should not be considered as such. They are provided only for reference purposes. The content and format of forms not specifically determined by a Georgia statute or court rule may require modification to suit the specific facts of a given case. The publication of these forms is in no way a representation that they are appropriate for use in a particular case or situation, or that they are adequate for use without modification and/or elaboration. In addition, the law may change at any time, making current forms outdated. You should always research and review those statutes and procedural rules that pertain to your case to ensure that the complaint, answer, motion, or other document you are filing is accurate and in compliance with current Georgia law. To ensure the proper use of any of these forms, you should consult a licensed attorney. FREE, NOT FOR SALE The information and forms available on this website are free. They are not for sale. By using this website, you agree not to sell or make a profit in any way from any information or forms that you obtained through this website (this does not include licensed attorneys utilizing these forms in a specific case). CONTACT AN ATTORNEY WITH ANY QUESTIONS If you have questions about how any of the information and/or forms contained on this website relate to your case, we strongly recommend that you contact a licensed attorney. For attorney referral, please contact the Blue Ridge Bar Association CERTIFICATION By using the forms on this website, , you are certifying that you have read, understand, and agree with this DISCLAIMER. The Clerk of Courts, its officials, employees, agents and/or anyone contributing to the creation of the forms, instructions, other materials, frequently asked questions, and all other information provided on or by assume no responsibility for, and shall be held harmless for, any and all damages (direct, indirect and/or consequential) resulting from your reliance and/or use of any information, forms, and/or materials. The use of the information and forms on does not guarantee any particular outcome in court. ​

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