Our Restraining Order practice includes representation for Applicants and Respondents to Intervention Orders (IVOs), Apprehended Violence Order (AVOs), Domestic Violence Orders (DVOs) and Violence Restraining Orders (VROs).
Our lawyers have appeared in hundreds of restraining order matters across Australia and our Principal Glenn Thexton is an Accredited Specialist in both Family and Criminal law.
Restraining Orders are a specialised area of the law and it is possible to contest a restraining order successfully, despite what you might be told by Police, Police Prosecutors and a lot of the time court duty lawyers. Restraining Orders often can have unintended consequences in terms of declaring a person to be a prohibited person, which can mean that for example, that person then cannot obtain a working with children's check that is required for parents to participate in school activities, firearms and security licences may be affected and of course a person might be charged for a breach of restraining order into the future that results in a criminal conviction.
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- NEW SOUTH WALES
If you contact us for advice on your restraining order we will review your situation and provide to you preliminary advice on your prospects and the process involved for "NO FEE". Thereafter we will provide to you a fixed price quotation for us to represent you in your restraining order matter.
BREACH OF RESTRAINING ORDER
We further conduct a very large number of family law matters and appear and give advice on breach of Intervention Orders, stalking and criminal matters. We understand the impact and implications restraining orders of all types can have on your family law proceedings, and are aware of their use for sometimes tactical purposes prior to or in the course of family law disputes or as a means of excluding one party from their property.
For more information on our National Restraining Order practice and how we can help you, please contact us by email: email@example.com or phone 1300 388 298. You may further like to click on our other family law specific website at www.familylegal.com.au or criminal law specific website at www.crimlegal.com.au.