This toolkit tells you what you need to know if someone has a personal protection order (PPO) against you. It also tells you how you can ask the judge to change or end a personal protection order (PPO) someone has against you. For general information about personal protection orders, read the Articles on this page. Review the Common Questions if you have a specific question. If you want to try to change or end a personal protection order against you, use the Forms link for help preparing the court forms you will need. The links under Court Information will tell you about the court that will handle your PPO case.