What’s my chances of getting an order of protection vacated after I broke the order by showing up at the house ?
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She is not in violation because the OP is only against you and not both of you. You really should hire an attorney to assist you with this matter.
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The order is against you, not her. It will only be vacated if she asks for that to happen.
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