You must tell the truth on your forms. The person who has hurt or abused you will get a copy of the forms you fill out (except for your contact information).
The clerk will give your forms to a judge. The judge will decide if you get a temporary restraining order by the end of the day that you submit the papers to the clerk. A temporary restraining order protects you for a maximum of 14 days, until your court hearing. If you want an order to last more than 14 days, you must go to court on the hearing date and tell the judge why you are afraid and what you need.
The judge may not grant a temporary restraining order, and instead order a hearing to listen to both sides. If this happens there is no protection in place, and you must go to court on the hearing date and tell the judge why you are afraid and what you need.