There can be a variety of Orders including if the Defendant
not abuse the Plaintiff; that the Defendant not contact the Plaintiff; the
Defendant stay away from the Plaintiff; the Defendant vacate immediately the
household and that the Defendant remain away from the house or workplace.  A Restraining Order can also award the
Plaintiff temporary custody of minor child(ren) and it can order the Defendant
to pay temporary child support.  It can
also order the Defendant to pay compensation for loss as suffered as the result
of abuse; order information being impounded such as the Plaintiff’s address;
order the Defendant from refraining abusing or contacting the Plaintiff’s child
and recommend to the Defendant that the Defendant attend a batters intervention

Further, anyone who owns a firearm must turn them over to
their local police department.