You will need to talk with the judge that issued the protective order to get it lifted. Call the court in which your fiance is being prosecuted and make an appointment, or do it through your fiance's lawyer.
Only a judge can change or remove a protective order. Emergency protective orders expire within a short period of time. The judge may want him to attend counseling.
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Bad joke, but doesn't really sound like a threat. The way to get an emergency protective order removed is to contact the agency that is prosecuting the matter (usually the county attorney's office) about filing a dismissal. Only the judge can lift the order.