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Child Protective Orders

An adult uses these to apply for an order of protection for minor children less than 18 years old, when protection for those children is not requested as part of an adult's request for a protective order. Those who are at least 16 years old can also apply on their own for an order of protection, using the forms for adults that are listed above. To get court-ordered protection using these forms for child protective orders, fill out these forms and file them at your local juvenile court. Court addresses are available at: http://www.utcourts.gov/directory.

The request form is for the Ex Parte Order on Behalf of Children (a temporary order), as well as the permanent Protective Order on Behalf of Children. More Information (For use in Juvenile Court)

  • Verified Petition for Protective Order on Behalf of Children - PDF Document PDF | Word Document Word
  • Ex Parte Protective Order on Behalf of Children - PDF Document PDF | Word Document Word
  • Protective Order on Behalf of Children - PDF Document PDF | Word Document Word
  • Order to Transfer Child Protective Order to District Court - PDF Document PDF | Word Document Word
  • Notice of Denial of Ex Parte Child Protective Order - PDF Document PDF | Word Document Word
  • Request for and Notice of Hearing on Denied Ex Parte Child Protective Order - PDF Document PDF | Word Document Word
  • Request to Vacate Child Protective Order - PDF Document PDF | Word Document Word
  • Order Vacating Child Protective Order - PDF Document PDF | Word Document Word

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Page Last Modified: 10/16/2013
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