I have a full restraining order. My child placement order states exchanges are to take place at paternal grandmother's home. Not her but her home.
If I understand the question, you mean is he violating the restraining order by having his mother exchange the child at her home? I think you mean that there are two separate court orders, which interplay with each other. One, the restraining order, prohibits him from having contact with you, even through a third party. The other provides that exchanges take place at his mother's home. If that is your question, then I do not believe that having his mother do the exchange is a violation of the restraining order. I do not see any other way to reconcile to two orders, which are not inconsistent with each other.
If he is not contacting you directly or having a third party contact you, there is no violation of the restraining order; he has a right to have his court ordered placement and it sounds like from your post, that the exchanges occur through an appropriate third party.
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