Thank you for your patience as I researched this. If there is a protective order there can be no direct contact. However, the person needing the return of the property can file a motion with the court, requesting that the person in possession deliver the property to a third party, mail it to the requesting party, or allow limited access (ie garage) provided that does not violate the protective order.
Since there is a protective order no contact can be made with the other person; as such the motion should provide dates/times the person is available to pick up the property, should the court allow it (so that those times may be included in the order, if granted), the name of a trusted, neutral 3rd party who can obtain and deliver the property, the suggestion of a police escort, and/or the suggestion of mailing the items- generally this is at the cost of the party requesting it.
There is no standard form for this as only the most common situations have proforma documents; this actually needs to be drafted.
This is what a motion looks like, and it can be used as a template:
Sample order here:
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