How Can I Get A Court Order Revoked?


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Oscar De La Huerte Profile
How you'd go about trying to get a court order revoked will vary from country to country.

In most cases, you will need to file a motion asking that the court order be revoked - which is best done through a qualified attorney or barrister.

How to get a court order revoked? There are many reasons a court order might be issued:

A restraining order is one common type of court order that is issued when one person is considered a danger or threat to another.

A contact order is another type of court order that is used to settle issues of child contact following separation or divorce.

To get an order revoked, you'd need to prove that one of the following has happened since the original order came into place:

  • There has been a change in circumstances
  • New evidence has come to light
  • The order was based on incorrect information
Revoking a court order in 3 simple steps Getting your court order revoked might not be stress-free or pleasant, but the actual procedure (in most cases) is pretty simple:

1. Contact your attorney- He/she will help you determine whether your case is strong enough to take before a judge. You can waste a lot of time and money chasing something that is unlikely to happen.

2. File a motion in court- A judge will assign a date for your case to be heard.

3. Present your case- Make sure your case is presented in the most effective possible way. I'd recommend researching the laws that affect your particular case. You may also want to seek the advice of people that have been in similar situations via an internet forum etc...
faith Profile
faith answered
You need to call your attorney and tell them what you need.

Or if that doesn't work, you need to contact the courts and tell them that you want a court order revoked and they will probably set up a hearing.

I have helped numerous inmates in prison on this type of situation.

It just takes emails or phone calls to get your answers.

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