My question relates to legal practice in the state of: NY
I am currently the "other party" in a divorce case. I have a restraining order against my soon to be ex husband and custody of our children. I currently live out of state and my ex does not have my current address and up until recently my phone number. We use a court monitored messaging interface for communication. A few months ago he was trying to serve me papers and didn't have my current address. His lawyer contacted my attorney here in CA and requested the information which they didn't provide. Last week he called me on a phone number he was not supposed to know. When I called to report it as a possible RO violation he told the deputy he got the number from his lawyer. If this is in fact the truth, is the lawyer allowed to go to lengths for him to help him get alternative contact and whereabouts information for me with a current restraining order?