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HelloThank youYes, you can do that if you can show that you are being harassed. And Washington state will allow a CIVIL ANTI HARASSMENT ORDER. They are issued on a Temporary Basis and then a hearing is required, where she will need to appear and show cause as to why it should not be made permanent.A no contact order is generally issued in Domestic Violence cases and when charges of that nature are filed, that order is automatically issued.
If you are concerned about preventing the her from disposing of assets during your separation, you would consider a restraining order.Those are the 3 types of such orders that may be issued. I suggest the Civil Anti harassment Order is the one you might consider.
I suggest you will want to be as detailed as possible for the order to be issued - In other words, you should have dates and incidents of where you were when she was harassing you and the dates you told her to stop the harassment.
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