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Family Abuse Prevention Act (FAPA) - Restraining Orders

NOTE: These forms do not contain legal advice. Oregon law bans us from offering legal advice to the public. To understand and protect your legal rights, you should consult your own attorney. For more information about applying for, modifying or renewing a restraining order, you may contact your local court or facilitator.
Translation of the final version of the FAPA forms are available in Spanish, Russian, Vietnamese, and Chinese.

NOTE: Forms must be translated into English before filing with the court. Please contact your local court if you need an interpreter.

Oregon provides two methods of filling out restraining order forms: Online Interview based iForms and Paper forms.

NOTE: All of the forms are available in paper version. The following forms are available in both the iForm version and paper version:

  • Apply for a restraining order
  • Modify a restraining order
  • Dismiss a restraining order
  • Challenge a restraining order
  • Renew a restraining order

  • Online Interview Based iForms

    Your answers to the online interview will automatically fill out the forms for you.
    If you can’t complete the forms in one sitting, they can be stored and returned to later using your login information.


    Once completed, print the forms and file them with the clerk at your local courthouse.

  • Apply, Modify, Challenge, or Dismiss a Restraining Order
  • Renew a Restraining Order
  • FAPA - Restraining Order Forms (Paper)