Washington Courts provides forms for a variety of restraining orders. If any of the links below don’t work, Google for the specific form, such as “washington state vulnerable adult protection order form”
Here is the link to domestic violence protection order forms.
Here are restraining order forms for victims of sexual assault
Here are antiharassment restraining orders (For neighbors, ex-friends, acquaintances, but not for family members, life-partners, girl/boyfriends. If you are not sure, read the instructions in the forms.)
Here are protection orders for vulnerable adults (disabled persons, people with dementia, etc.)
There are other kinds of restraining orders, and in divorce and custody cases courts can enter restraining orders within the family court case, rather than using any of the methods above.