Order Modifying Order for Protection

Changes or clarifies terms of existing Order for Protection but keeps the Order in effect. If the modification does not impose a new burden or restrict the rights of the other party, it can usually be signed Ex Parte. Otherwise, an Application to Modify Protection Order must be filed, a hearing date set, and the other party served with notice. Either party may file a request to modify. (RCW 26.50.130)

Source: Washington Courts.