Thank you for your question.
I am sorry to hear this.
The judge screwed up.
The statute says:
(1) Upon notice and after hearing, the court may provide relief as follows:
(a) Restrain the respondent from committing acts of domestic violence;
(b) Exclude the respondent from the dwelling that the parties share, from the residence, workplace, or school of the petitioner, or from the day care or school of a child;
The unit that you rent to the brothers is not and never has been the dwelling of his ex-wife, who was present there only by invitation as a guest and not as a tenant.
The restrained party can file a motion to vacate the restraining order insofar as it excludes him from the residence that he rents and to which his ex has no colorable claim, since she never paid rent to the landlord while staying there as a guest of the tenants.
Or you can file what is called an ejectment action, see
My opinion is that you would not file an eviction
case because the occupants were never your tenants.
You can get a free consultation from some of the local real estate
attorneys listed at
Please follow up on this with a local attorney.
I hope this information is helpful