Can I Consent to Contact With Someone I Have a Protective Order Against?
If the restraining order specifies no contact, the consent of the parties involved cannot change the court order and a violation charge may still be pursued. It is possible to petition the court to modify or lift the order if you can show good cause. Good cause will be a matter of subjective determination for the court based on the circumstances involved.
It may also be possible to appoint a trusted person to act as a go-between who can relay a communication on your behalf. For further discussion, please see: