The TEMPORARY restraining order was denied based on the papers, but the judge set the matter for a hearing to see if the moving party can prove his/her case based on testimony. You are in a good position, because the denial of the TRO is an indication that the case is weak or that the other parent did not provide enough evidence to get a TRO granted.
What you need to do is prepare to address all of the allegations set forth in the TRO paperwork. Be prepared to cross examine the other parent about the allegations, provide evidence, and other witnesses as the case may be. Argue that the TRO is simply an attempt to gain an advantage in a custody/support proceeding, and be prepared to tell the judge your side of the story.
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