Family Violence & Intervention Orders

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Family violence is a very serious issue. A family violence order can help protect family violence victims and those who are at risk of family violence.

Following a relationship breakdown, family violence intervention orders operate to protect parties where their physical, emotional, psychological, or financial safety is at risk due to another party’s behaviour.

We can assist you with any query or advice you require relating to applying for, or opposing, a family violence intervention order including representation at hearing in the Magistrates Court.

Approach

We understand how important it is to carefully consider your position following the breakdown of a relationship. Our approach is personalised. We believe in tailored and regular communication with our clients regarding the progress of their matter and the implementation of effective strategies to enable our clients to move on with their lives.

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FAQ

How do you charge for family law matters?

Trust is one of our core values. We will provide you with a clear and transparent fee quote to ensure that there are no surprises and to enable you to make an informed decision.

We tailor our approach depending on the nature of the dispute; some matters require collaboration and amicable commercial discussions.  Other matters require a forceful approach. We are committed to taking appropriate steps to deliver outcomes for our clients. 

Family Violence & Intervention Orders

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PO Box 13255, Law Courts VIC 8010

Level 49, 360 Elizabeth Street, Melbourne VIC 3000

Level 10, 580 George Street,
Sydney NSW 2000

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