What are the courts doing with Temporary Protective order of Restraint and Post Judgment Status Quo Orders? The answer is: whatever they want. Pursuant to ORS 107.139, entry of the TPOR and Status Quo are discretionary, and may be entered by the court if they so choose.
So are they in effect from the date of the filing or for what has been going on for the 90 prior to the date of filing? Again, with no case law to guide attorneys, the answer is typically whatever the court thinks is in the best interest of the child.