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Thank you for your question.
Does the order itself state an expiration date, or is it stated to be permanent?
That's too bad, but your question stated several reasons why the order should be terminated.
The court will want to know if you want contact with the child.
Was there a separate divorce action?
I'm sorry, I wrote my reply while you were posting again.
I meant it's too bad there was no expiration date in the order.
This type of order is commonly abuse to get an advantage in a custody dispute, see
In that case, I do not see any reason for the order to remain in force.
If there had been a separate divorce case, I was going to suggest that you could agree to a stay away order in that action without losing your Second Amendment rights.
I think that the main point is that the order is unnecessary because you have no desire to contact them, and have not done so since the order was filed.