Elder/Dependent Adult Abuse: For an applicant to file for an elder or dependent adult abuse restraining order, as a preliminary matter, the applicant must show one of two things. First, the applicant must be 65 years old or older. If that is not the case, the applicant can be between the ages of 18 and 64, and suffer from a qualified mental or physical disability that prevents them from being able to protect themselves from his abuser.
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