The priority is ensuring that you are aware of the obligations imposed by the order and assessing your options for your next Court appearance.
BREACH OF ORDER
We take enquiries and provide free initial advice over the telephone in respect of being interviewed by Police and in relation to charges received for any breach of an Order
WHEN CAN AN ORDER BE MADE
A Respondent may appeal to the District or County Court against the making of an Order. The Applicant and the Respondent (or Police if they sought the Order) can apply to the Court for variation or revocation of an Order
By providing an Undertaking to the Court that you will not assault, harass or intimidate the Applicant, you can avoid the imposition of an Intervention Order completely.
TYPES OF ORDER THAT CAN BE MADE
Whether you’re experiencing or have been accused of domestic violence and need the expertise of family violence lawyers, or you wish to apply for a violence restraining order against another party