Reeves Law Firm, P.C. | Roy L. Reeves
There is nothing you have put in your question that would infer he cannot get a Restraining Order. In other words, your custody has nothing to do with it, nor does his HIV Positive status. The only question is did you do the thing set out in his affidavit in support of the request and is that thing sufficient to warrant the protection?
Answer Applies to: Texas