A judge sent a letter to my ex advising her on what to do to get custody of children that I have custody of per our divorce before hearing her petition for an order of protection
This seems highly unlikely. Take whatever documentation you are referring to for review and consultation with an experienced family law attorney in your area for comprehensive advice.
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This doesn't sound accurate. Judges cannot communicate with one party absent the other and, even if everyone is there, they cannot give legal advice. This is a cornerstone rule of the American judicial system.
It is likely that you are referring to a court form from the clerk. Without further details, it is hard to say for sure. Take the document and make a free consultation with local counsel.
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