Q: how do i get my personal property from my ex that i have a restraining order on?
the police said its a civil matter if i want my 5th wheel, dirt bike and some other personal things back. I have a restraining order against him so i cant just go get my stuff. i went to prison for 3 years we were together 5years before that. i did sign the tittle over before i went in, in case he needed to sell it etc.. he never changed the tittle. i went and got a replacement tittle and dmv said that his is void. but the police didnt want to get involved so they told me to take it to court. My ex is trying to say i abandon it so thats why its his but i have letters and pic from the 3 years i was in and one a month before i got out him saying he cant wait till i get home etc... how do i get my stuff?
A: You raise at least two different potential issues - how to arrange to pick up your property and how to resolve disputes over who owns specific property. The later issue, if you can't informally resolve it, will likely require the assistance of a local attorney (who can also help with arranging a pick up of undisputed ownership property). You say you have a restraining order against him - if so, he prohibits him from being in your presence, not you from being wherever he is. If you show up, he is supposed to immediately leave (assuming you are not talking about being on his property). If so, you likely will need to make arrangements, ideally through his attorney assuming he has one or had one for the restraining order proceeding.
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