If there is a protection order, no communication is allowed, except for that which is specifically delineated in the protective order.
In order for service to be effected, it needs to be personally served by a party that is not involved in the lawsuit pursuant to code 8.01-286.1 here:
Many people will hire a process server; others will ask a third party adult to serve the papers.
Generally if there is a protective order, the court will allow exchange of property under supervision of law enforcement, a neutral third party consented to by the parties, or an arrangement whereby the property is left accessible and the other party is not present.
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