How long will the injunction last?
An injunction can be put in place for any specified period of time. It’s typically viewed as an emergency basis. It’s used to provide a cooling off period or a time for the respondent to establish new behaviors. Move on. It may be put in place for only a month, three months, six months, a year. However, in certain cases, there may be a basis to argue that you would like it in place until further order of the court. That means it’s a permanent injunction. It would remain in place until either party file’s a motion to have that injunction vacated. To do that you would have to show a substantial change in circumstances and argue that basis to the court at a separate hearing.