Non-Domestic Sexual Assault

Please follow ALL 4 STEPS in order to complete your request for PPO.

  • Step 1. Complete PPO Petition and Proposed Order by using Michigan Legal Help.
    • OR Fill out the petition/form that is appropriate for your situation that can be found below this subject page.
    • Note:  Michigan Legal Help may not be compatible with MAC computers.
  • Step 2. CompleteVerified Statement.
  • Step 3. CompleteParenting Time Worksheet if you have children in common with Respondent.
  • Step 4.  Send ALL DOCUMENTS in Step 1-3 to

* YOU MUST include your contact information on your PPO petition to ensure that your rights are protected. Without this information, the court will not be able to schedule a hearing for you in the event your PPO is denied.

*ALL forms MUST be signed by petitioner.

*ALL attachments must be in Adobe.pdf format.

*For information on signing a petition saved as a PDF visit Adobe .

Call 248-303-1534 for questions regarding PPO forms, motions, and how to file documents in PPO cases.

The PPO office staff cannot tell you the status of a pending PPO petition nor why a PPO request was denied. 

Staff cannot give legal advice.

The below forms must be completed in order to process a Personal Protection Order (PPO) against Non-domestic Sexual Assault. These are pdf files that may be completed in Adobe or printed and completed.

Before completing these forms, please review the: Procedural Instructions for Personal Protection Orders.

If you don't understand something on the forms or have any questions about completing them, please call the PPO Office number or 248-303-1534.

Are you a victim of domestic violence?

Anyone with access to your computer may be able to tell what web sites you have visited. It may be safer to use the internet at a public place such as a local library. Call the National Domestic Violence Hotline at 1-800-799-SAFE (7233) for assistance finding local resource contact information.