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My soon to be ex has a tro against me (for no reason), and

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My soon to be ex has a tro against me (for no reason), and we have a hearing in a week on it, but now she wants me to take the kids. Can I see my kids without getting in trouble?
Hello and thank you for allowing me the opportunity to assist you.

So long as the TRO does not forbid you seeing the kids, then you can see them. If the TRO does forbid you from seeing them, then you would get into trouble even if your wife agrees to let you see them. Your wife has no power to ignore a TRO (which is a court order) that protects the kids.

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