My question involves restraining orders in the State of: Washington
My extended family has stopped speaking to or taking calls from two of the children in the family due to a no contact order between their father and them. The no contact order has a no third-party communication clause. The fear is that we may inadvertently say something that could be construed as third party communication, or that we could open the opportunity for false allegations that could get the father thrown in jail. He already violated a no contact order in the past, so he is fearful of doing anything that could violate this one.
Is there any recourse for our family, or should we just cut off contact with the children for the indefinite future?