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Well, technically, if she got a restraining order against him, and now she's trying to contact him, she's violating the restraining order. That's probably why the Judge wouldn't give your FIL his own. Restraining orders go both ways, meaning neither party should contact the other. Depending on how the restraining order was initiated, he can either go to the police and report her violation, or he can ask the Judge to hold her in contempt for violating the restraining order. He can always make a report to the police about her unwanted communication. If he tells them she has a restraining order against him but is still trying to contact him, they may go talk to her about it. Your wife and sister can refuse to speak to her, block her number, email, etc. THey should probably do that anyway just so ex-girlfriend can't accuse them of breaking the restraining order for your FIL.