P.K.W. v. Steagall, 299 Or App 820 (2019) involved a pushback on a line of caselaw under the Family Abuse Prevention Act that had established a distinction between actions taken while an abuser and a victim lived together and the potential for further abuse once they no longer cohabitated. The Court of Appeals looked to the respondent’s pending contempt matters for alleged violations of the temporary restraining order to determine that he posed an imminent threat of further abuse. The Oregon courts have looked to evidence of repeated behavior and post-separation behavior to determine whether a respondent poses an imminent threat of further abuse against a restraining order petitioner. This case further stands for the prospect that all recipients of a FAPA restraining order must comply with the temporary order to avoid contempt charges and to avoid providing further evidence of the need for a restraining order.