My question involves restraining orders in the State of: Georgia
My husband, under the advice of his chain of command in the Army, took out a temporary "stalking" restraining order against me in early March, using a falsified statement. When we went to court March 21, the judge refused to listen to ANYTHING I had to say, and signed the restraining order for 12 months so now I cannot see or talk to my husband or my 1 year old son and 3 year old stepson. Is there any way for me to get the restraining order dismissed, or am I stuck until the 12 months runs out? Also, if he so chooses can he have it dismissed? I recently learned that our son is sick and in the hospital and I am VERY worried about him because my husband has never had to deal with the kids being sick since he was always deployed. He also has another married woman and her 2 children living with him in our on-post military housing, saying she is "strictly babysitting" but yet his mother has posted that she is going to be a grandmother again and it's another boy, leaving me wondering if he has her pregnant as well. Please help, I am trying to come up with the money for an attorney so I can file for divorce and get my son back. I haven't seen my son since February and I am worried about him being in his father's care. Thank you.