generally if a person files a motion to terminate the ex parte ppo, there will be a motion hearing within 14 days of filing the objection where the judge would decide whether to hold a further hearing on whether the PPO should be terminated or modified
First ..as the other attorney stated.. it is generally standard procedure to set a hearing.. if there is a dispute..
Second.. if you really have had limited contact with her.. why did you file the PPO??? be ready to answer that question..
Also.. I would generally take someone with you to act as a witness to her actions in and around the court house ... she will probably be abusive in the courthouse..
finally if you can afford an attorney .. get one..
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