Q: Can my daughter's ex take a DVPO oyt on me?And can he put my granddaughter on it?She lives w my daughter mainly.
My daughter has a child with a man that is my age.He was involved with her when she was underaged.My daughter left him and he met a girl and within a month he married her.His wife is on drugs and it is a fact even though she preaches her recovery.Anyways they move on the road I have lived on for 5 yrs a few weeks ago.I mean in walking distance.I go by that way to go to multiple places.He got mad because I rode by and his wife did not like it and went to the courthouse and lied and WITH ZERO PROOF the judge let him get a Domestic Violence Protective Order against me.One thing was rumors and that I talk about his wife.He put my granddaughter on the order,and I am the one who does for her because he does not!!!He said on the order we have lived together which is a lie!!I am not going to stop riding down the road I live on because he moved here.If he was so afraid why move up under me?!!!How can he do that with no proof and he cannot tell me where I can go on a public road can he???Thanks.
A: There are many ways to handle your daughter's ex - assuming you want to limit things to the legal ways. You should have a hearing on the DVPO and if you hire an attorney and keep your cool at the hearing, it will likely be dismissed and problem solved. So go consult with a local family law attorney ASAP.
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