If I have been served with a no contact order and the police only gave me 20 minutes to retrieve my belongings, how can I get my remaining possessions?

Asked on September 21, 2012 under Family Law, Washington

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Answered 8 years ago | Contributor

Since you have been served with a "no contact" order by law enforcement with the person who occupies the unit where your belongings are and you need them, the way you get what you desire is as follows:

1. contact a neutral third party to act as an intermediary for you to make contact with the person who occupies the unit where your belongings are to try and retrieve them for you so that you get what you want and are not in violation of the court order against you.


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