The parents of the two teenage girls who have sued their grandparents in court for restraining them from getting married are asking for the court to set aside the restraining order they have been granted against their parents.
They want the order overturned and the family allowed to have contact with their children as a matter of privacy.
I just feel that the law is in a mess,” said Jennifer Lee, who is the mother of the 16-year-old girl, who was born in Malaysia and lives in the United States.
The court hearing for the case is set for Thursday in Portland, Oregon.
Lee said she’s been in touch with the U.S. Department of Justice and said the DOJ is ready to work with the family to get the restraining orders overturned.
A restraining order, or a temporary protective order, is issued by a judge when a person is unable to make arrangements to have children with the person’s parents. “
The Department of Education and the U-S Attorney’s Office have said that if they can get a protective order against this person, we will get a temporary restraining order,” Lee said.
A restraining order, or a temporary protective order, is issued by a judge when a person is unable to make arrangements to have children with the person’s parents.
It is similar to an order of protection, or an order that the judge issues when a family member threatens to harm the family member.
But the restraining protection order is limited in scope and has to be issued in person by a court-appointed guardian, who usually works out of the court, or the guardian is a lawyer or is appointed by a state law enforcement agency.
An attorney for the family told ABC News in an email that they are working on getting a protective injunction against their grandparents and that they believe the restraining protections have not been abused in this case.
They have been told that the restraining injunction has not been used against them, but they are not satisfied with that, the attorney said.
The family is asking the court not to remove the restraining restraints against them and instead to grant the restraining parents a limited injunction that will not interfere with their ability to have access to their children, Lee said in an interview.
The grandparents are represented by the American Civil Liberties Union.
The ACLU said it is not a surprise to see parents get into court and take on a case like this.
The family is trying to protect their children from an alleged threat, said Jessica Rosenworcel, a staff attorney at the ACLU of Oregon.
“We’re not surprised to see the parents in this situation.
We’re not aware of any case where the courts have been able to say, ‘We’re going to get into this now and get the kids back,'” Rosenworschel said.
“That’s a scary situation to the parents.
We hope that the court will step in and take a step to protect the children.”
The parents filed a lawsuit in April, alleging they were illegally banned from marrying their daughter’s parents, and they are seeking a court order to overturn the restraining prohibition.
Rosenworchel said the restraining prohibitions are “a constitutional requirement that is not routinely applied.”
She said the ACLU is working with the families attorneys to try to get an injunction to allow the parents to get married.