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If you are the person against whom the order is to be enforced, the chances of the court granting your motion are not good. So long as the court believes the complainant wants and needs the order, the judge will keep it in place.
So, while you can file the motion, it's best if the complainant also speaks to the prosecutor and lets the DA know she does not want or needs the order and asks him to lift it. The case belongs to the DA and not your fiancee, but if she makes a compelling argument and convinces the prosecutor she would be safe without the order the prosecutor may agree to lift the order or to modify it to allow limited contact.
If the prosecutor won't agree, she can come to court for the sentencing and ask the judge to be allowed to speak prior to the sentence at which time she could ask for the order to be lifted.