If I get a restraining order against my children's other parent, can the other parent still see the children?

Yes. A restraining order will contain custody and visitation orders tailored to the needs of your family. The court will consider the best interests of the children in making custody and visitation orders. The court can make orders that structure the dates, times, and locations of visitation, as well as orders supervising visitation or exchanges where necessary for the safety of the child or protected parent.

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