Can my ex-spouse visit our children if I have a restraining order against him?
Yes, there are ways that your ex-spouse can visit the children if you have a restraining order against him. There are several ways. For example, you could have the court enter provisions into the injunction that allows contact between you and the ex-spouse only for the purpose of visitation or child exchange. Other ways to do it are you can have a person other than you, such as a grandparent or babysitter, transport the children to the exchange so that the ex-spouse can have time with the children. As long as the children are not protected by the restraining order.