You need to file for Temporary Restraining Order in the Family Court or the Supreme Court in the city/county where you live. You need to obtain the forms at the Courthouse in the Clerk's office. The forms are self-explanatory. However, if you need help completing the forms, the Court personnel would assist you.
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He is harassing you and you are the boyfriend to an ex-spouse.
It is up to the Court to grant it or not grant it. The fact that you file for a Temporary Restraining Order does not mean that the Court would automatically grant it. The Court would make a decision based on the information that you provide on the Restraining Order Forms and your testimony.
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