What you would need is a compelling reason for a judge to issue an order without your ex having a chance to be heard pending a hearing. The facts you present, in particular that you were in incarcerated and had a restraining order issued, make me think that going after your own restraining orders might not be the best approach. Nevertheless, to get a abduction prevention order, you'd need to show there is a risk of abduction. The factors to be considered include: A prior conviction for abduction, no ties the community, ending a job, moving out of a dwelling, etc.
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