You can write the judge at ask that the no contact order be vacated, but the judge doesn't have to accomodate that request. The state has an interest in protecting abuse victims and it is not unusual that domestic violence victims recant and want to have contact with their abusers. It's often a cycle of abuse that escalates. I'm not saying that this is what has happened with you and your spouse but the judge will want to protect you even if you don't think it's necessary. Good luck to you.
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You could get an attorney to do a motion to the court to lift or modify the no contact order, but you should understand that many judges are very reluctant to do this (due to the danger of repeat abuse). He could also have his attorney do the same. You could also write the judge to ask that they lift or modify it. In my experience a hearing has been much more effective. Best of luck.
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