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Can I Obtain a Financial Protective Order on Someone Else’s Behalf in Alaska?

Posted by Sarah-Kathryn Bryan | Jun 14, 2024 | 0 Comments

The parties in an action for a financial protective order are as follows: the protected person, the petitioner, and the respondent.  The protected person is the person whom the petitioner believes needs protection from financial abuse. The respondent, on the other hand, is the person or company that the petitioner believes should be stopped from financially abusing the protected person. 

The petitioner is the entity who files legal papers asking for a financial protective order.  The petitioner may be the protected person themself.  Sometimes, the petitioner can be a parent, caregiver, lawyer, neighbor, or other person who wants the protected person to be safe from financial abuse.

The petitioner does not need to have a special relationship with the protected person or respondent in order to have standing to file for a financial protective order. However, the petitioner does need to have enough knowledge of the financial abuse to complete the petition.

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Sarah-Kathryn Bryan

Sarah Kathryn Bryan is an associate attorney at Shortell Law LLC. Ms. Bryan handles cases in family law, business, employment, estate planning and general civil litigation. To work with Ms. Bryan, please call Shortell Law LLC at (907)272-8181.


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