RESTRAINING ORDERs PERTH
Our Lawyers Perth can Represent You in any Restraining Order Matter.
Balmoral Legal boasts a team of lawyers who can fight for your rights regarding restraining orders. We know this can take a significant toll on your life, and we are here to help. Our criminal defence specialists have succeeded to get unfair AVO applications withdrawn many times, which allowed our clients to maintain contact with their loved ones and continue with their normal lives without facing any restrictions.
VIOLENCE RESTRAINING ORDERs WA
Balmoral Legal VRO Lawyers Perth are Restraining Order Experts.
The Restraining Orders Act 1997 allows the Magistrates Court to issue Orders to protect a person from the conduct of another person. Violence Restraining Orders restrict the otherwise lawful activities of those bound by them. By way of example, a VRO may restrict a person from approaching the protected person, their residence or their workplace. An Order may also restrict a person from communicating with the protected person by telephone, email, or text message.
The types of Restraining Orders that can be made include:
- A Family Violence Restraining Order
- A Violence Restraining Order or
- A Misconduct Restraining Order
The Police can also issue on the spot Orders in circumstances of family or domestic violence. A police Order may be made for up to 72 hours.
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FAMILY VIOLENCE RESTRAINING ORDERs PERTH
What our Professional Criminal Lawyers Can Do for You
A Family Violence Restraining Order is usually made in circumstances of ‘family violence’ (as defined by the Restraining Orders Act 1997). A Misconduct Restraining Order can be made by the Court in circumstances where a Family Violence Restraining Order or a Violence Restraining Order may not be applicable, however, the Court considers that the person should be restrained as they may be likely to act in an intimidating and offensive manner or cause property damage.
Our office can assist you in the preparation of a Restraining Order should you feel that you, or someone you know, may need to be protected from another person. Our office can provide you with legal advice in respect of the terms of any proposed Restraining Order and assist you with negotiating an agreement that may not require litigation.
If a Restraining Order has been made, restraining you from approaching or communicating with another person, or from seeing your children, then it is important to obtain legal advice in respect of your rights and the consequences of any breach of the Restraining Order. A Restraining Order is a civil matter. However, a breach of a Restraining Order is a criminal offence and may be punishable by a fine or imprisonment or both.
At Balmoral Legal, our experienced legal team can provide you with comprehensive legal advice in respect of the Restraining Order and any terms of same. Our office can also assist you should you wish to lodge an objection to the Restraining Order.