You need to talk to the prosecutor's office again if in fact a protective order was denied. That would be VERY unusual here in Harris County.
You can tell your husband you want ZERO contact from him and that any contact is considered harassment, then record any calls and keep all proof of contact and contact the police.
What is the hearing for? if you are served, you must appear.
The head of the family violence unit is Jane Waters, and the head of the protect order unit is another nice lady (whose name current escapes me, dang it.)
in Texas, both the criminal court system and the family code provides different forms of protective orders for situation that you have mentioned.
Due to the extent that the case in the family court have commenced, it would be advisable to consult a local family law attorney to represent you. This is because thte case has already commenced by your husband filing the divorce and getting the intermidiate orders made against you.
Also, did you file a Protective order with the AG or by yourself and in which court, family or criminal? You can seek to file a PO again in the family courts and get a civil order that gives you legal protection for up to 2 years.
Sorry for the vague answer, but more facts are required.
Consult a local Houston attorney familiar with PO and also a family law attorney to handle your divorce. If what you say is correct and you have never been served with any docuemnts that is an issue that has to be address.
Also, Houston does have great legal clinics and legal bar associations where attorneys volunteer their time and service for low income individuals and families.
Good luck and wish you success
Min Gyu Kim (Peter)
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If you have not already done so, hire a family law attorney immediately so they can look into the hearing and whether you were served. If you were not properly served it can nullify the court orders and they can be vacated. If you were served and failed to file an answer the Petitioner (your husband) will get everything he asks for, most likely. Go speak with a family law attorney immediately.
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