I'm not sure if I'm in the right forum, but this all started with family violence in Texas.
I recently filed for a temporary ex parte protective order against my ex-husband. We went to court (he had an attorney - I was pro se). We reached an agreement (a very narrow agreement) outlining the contact he was allowed to have with me.
[LIST][*]During exchanges we both have to stay in the car[*]He is not allowed to call my phone - he has to use the emergency number and it must be an emergency about the kids specifically[*]He's not allowed to email me EXCEPT about the following - sports equipment needed for the NEXT exchange, medical appointments or emergencies for the kids[/LIST]
There is also a restraining order in place between he and my fiance (my ex husband assaulted my fiance). The restraining order is for BOTH parties and it allows them to be at the same ballgames, etc but not to go near each other.
Yesterday, my ex husband sent me TWO emails wishing me happy mother's day, telling me I'm a great mom and then listing legos, toys, books, ds games, etc that he wants back. He also mentioned a soccer ball that he'll need later this summer.
THEN last night at a game he came right up to me (and my fiance) to ask if I'd received his email?????
I would like to go back to court and have him held in contempt for violating the temporary order (it's a 90 day order signed by the judge less than a week ago). I really want to do this myself. I think I'm capable and we are trying to buy a new house for our much bigger family so money is an issue.
I know the law library will help me find the right forms, but can I do this myself? And will he actually get in trouble for doing what he did? The judge told him that his communication with me was "obsessive" (900 emails to one in box in 18 months). We've been divorced for 3 years and it's upwards of 5 emails per day - about nothing...
Additionally, my children's counselor has recommended supervised visitation for quite a while now (there's a lot of history) so I'm pursuing supervised visitation and I want to make sure this all ties in together but I'm not sure if I am allowed to do that.