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Memorandum for Easing of No-Contact Order









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MEMORANDUM FOR MADE A MISTAKE, AMN, FR123-45-6789

FROM: 4 XXX/CC

SUBJECT: Easing of No-Contact Order, dated DD Mon YEAR

1. Effective immediately, you are hereby authorized to have limited contact with your wife, <FULL NAME>. The limitations with respect to your contact with your wife are as follows:

YOU MAY:
• Resume communication with <FULL NAME> which includes, but is not limited to, communication in person, or through a third party, via face-to-face contact, telephone, or in writing by letter, data fax, or electronic mail.

• Have joint appointments/meetings with health care professionals.

YOU MAY NOT:
• Have “overnight stays” with <FULL NAME> (per recommendation from Family Advocacy).

2. The limitations placed on your contact are in effect pending re-evaluation of your case by your Family Advocacy counselor.

3. I order you to walk away from any conflict or confrontation that may develop during a visit and refrain from any verbal or physical abuse.

4. This order expired on <DATE> unless otherwise extended or rescinded.

5. Direct any questions regarding this restriction order to myself or the First Sergeant.




                                                                                        LOTS O. PATIENCE, Lt Col, USAF
                                                                                        Commander

 

DATE

1st IND, 4 XXX/ XXX (AMN MISTAKE)

TO: 4 XXX/CC

I understand and acknowledge receipt regarding the easing of my No-Contact Order on___________. 

I fully understand and will comply with the provisions of this order.

 

 

                                                                                             MADE A. MISTAKE, Amn, USAF
                                                                                             FR123-45-6789

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