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  ClassyCommando  |  13

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  LevyLove  |  17

15: Sorry, but it's not implying that. Serving someone is filing for and them receiving a restraining order or any notice stemming from Civil Court, a lot of times by court processors. . But hey, who says their occupation can't be a judge too tho right? :)

By  mama2b3  |  20

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  ObeyStudKing  |  4

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  MistaKrista  |  8

34- I think you took this a little too literal... First: She probably means; Why didn't the boyfriend handle it himself? It's his father, so he should have talked to his father to get him to stop or threatened him. Second: Something tells me he did, and it didn't work. If you have to go as far as a restraining order, it's usually because you've tried all the other methods and it didn't work.

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  dbt88  |  15

Will someone please point out to me where it says OP's boyfriend is the one who filed for a restraining order? It'd be weird no matter who the petitioner is.

By  kyat288  |  9

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  dmblonde  |  13

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