A TRO indicates there is a serious claim being made, which will require immediate attention to prepare for the injunction hearing.
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You really need to sit down with a lawyer and get an opinion as to how to handle this lawsuit. Without reading the application for the TRO and OSC and the underlying complaint, a lawyer can't really help online. Many firms, like mine, will give you a free consultation. You should search for a Civil Litigation lawyer in your area. Don't forget to look for free consultations. If you can't find someone in your area, the look for legal aid. I did a quick google search and found the legal aid society of Santa Barbara. I bet they will help guide you in the right direction. I am adding their link to this response.
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