You could file a request for a restraining order or if you already have one, a request to modify it, if you can show that the ex and the lawyers are harassing you without justification or that there claims are not in good faith and are just meant to be harassing, burdensome and oppressive?
I would start by sending the ex and his attoreys a cease and desist letter demanding the harassment cease immediately or you are going to seek a restraining order, including recoverable costs if the conduct continues. You could also inquire of the State Bar of California on the ethics of the lawyers in pursuing a pattern of conduct that is unsupported by the court rulings or evidence and claim the communications are being sent simply to harass? It may be tough to prove if the court orders/ruling are subject to interpretation and you are viewing them one way and the other side the other way? The other thing you can do is to file a motion requesting the court order(s) be clarified as there is a dispute as to the interpretation and the ex is harrassing you over it and you want direction from the court? If you are in the right, most judges will pick up on what is going on and tell the other side to obey the order(s) and stop harassing you.
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If your family court has adopted the Family Wizard tool, ask the court to order that all emails and messages be through Family Wizard. The prospect that the court can and will read through the correspondence and communications between the two of you can be a profound inhibition against repeated and abusive communications such as you are suffering.
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Start with the restraining order and try to get it against the attorney as well. You should be able to get the forms online or at the court. Just serving it on your ex and the attorney may stop the harassment. Bu get the court order so if it continues you my be able to have him arrested. At least you will feel somewhat in control here and get yur life back. Good luck to you!
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