Are you still in CO? Are you in Houston? Have you moved to Houston?
You need to have an attorney look over all of the paperwork very carefully to ensure that you are not involution of the court order.
Without any further information, you will have to stay in Colorado with your son. You may always make arrangements for the child to stay with the parent who remains in the state of Colorado.
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You cannot dive a restraining order. The order assuming CO has original jurisdiction can seek enforcement of it order in Texas & have the child returned to CO through a Capias.
There are several questions to answer here. Did your original custody o dear require you to stay in the State of Colorado? How long ago did you ove to Texas? More than 6 months ago? Did you have an attorney in Colorado?
take the decree to a face to face consultation with an experienced family lawyer to see how to respond to the CO restraining order.
I am not intending this to be legal advice, because I don't know the particulars of your situation. Call me if you would like to discuss this or other isues.
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