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Hi, thank you for your question. At the moment there is nothing that you would be able to do regarding her pursuing any orders against you. However, for her to obtain a non-molestation order against you she would need to show the court that there is an imminent risk from you towards her. Generally these applications should only be pursued on an urgent and without notice basis if there is an immediate risk. On the basis of just one argument you have stated and you making no threats, she would have no merit in pursuing an application for a non-molestation order. If she does pursue and obtain one, you should be served with this and if there is no automatic return date to court (this should be within 14 days but sometimes the court do not set a date), then you would be able to apply to vary or discharge the order upon a certain amount of notice (usually 48 hours).
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