Typically the restraining order issued is a temporary order. There should be a court date set for a hearing to determine if the order should be made permanent. Go to court and contest the order.
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How has your ex defamed you? What are your provable damages? It sounds like your children's father has attempted to protect them from someone who the court obviously felt was a problem for your kids and therefore issued the restraining order. If your boyfriend wants to get the restraining order lifted, he needs to take court action to do so.
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