Thank you for contacting our JA team for guidance.
You can obtain a restraining order
against them, but it would require evidence of the abuse you refer to. And, the contacts that they are making with your family may, in the end, be nothing compared to what you would face if you take them to court by the way it sounds.
I am very sorry you are in this position, but unless you involve the police or the courts, or both, there is really little to nothing that can be done to stop them from trying to contact you and mail gifts to the children. You may wish to consult with a local family law
attorney about sending a cease and desist letter or litigation may follow. I'm not sure this will stop the contacts though based on the persistence they have shown.
Please let me know if you need additional information.
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