Asking for your address is a real no-no since there is a restraining order. He should be having his attorney arranging to serve you via your attorney. However, if the police don't consider it to be a violation, there isn't much you can do about it.Hi. Me again. We both now have lawyers and he has a no contact order. So my friend reached out to me today to say he's posted this on Facebook: "Does anyone have Wendy's new address? I need it to file for the divorce...."
My attorney said "good for you" when I shared the message and told her I was calling the police. Well, cops said since he was asking for it for a divorce filing it wasn't an arrestable offense.
Does this seem right to anyone? We've always communicated through our attorneys.