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January 24, 2008

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kevin

I want to research getting a restraining order against my Ex. When she picks up the boys, she'll blow through my front door, start arguments, and cause havoc. That's why I divorced her. I never go in her house. Plus she emails me at work and home constantly, trying to pick a fight. She'll call my work and home phone constantly. I just want no communications with her. I want her to stay up by my mailbox when picking up my boys. Just stay off my property. Can a restraining order do this? She has pushed me to the floor, called the cops on herself, but I didn't press charges. But now after the 9-2009 divorce, she's got to respect my privacy and leave me alone.

Need help.

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