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Restraining Order Lawyers
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If you have been served with an Application for an Intervention Order, or wish to make an Application, call one of our experienced lawyers to discuss your case. We will be able to advise you on the likelihood of success, the Intervention Order process and how your best case can be presented. Allow us to utilise our extensive knowledge and resource to ensure that you receive the best possible representation. We provide representation at Magistrates’ Courts across Victoria.
Aston Legal Group
Restraining Order Lawyers
Our lawyers have extensive experience in providing legal advice and representation in all aspects of Intervention Orders Court process. We are located in Melbourne but appear in all suburban Magistrates’ and Children’s Courts to ensure that you have the best representation regarding your Intervention Order case whether you are an Applicant, Respondent, or even Affected Family Members. We have successfully applied for countless Applications that were granted as Full Intervention Orders and on numerous occasions had Applications made against our client’s either withdrawn being a Contested Hearing, or struck out.
Assessment of your IVO Case
Call us to receive a free assessment of your Intervention Order Case and allow us to explain how we can represent you.
We understand that these matters do not always occur during business hours and provide an after hours contact number.
We have successfully obtained and contested Intervention Orders in all Courts for our clients.
We Will Help You Every Step Of The Way
We communicate with with our clients to ensure that they are always informed about the progress of their Intervention Order Case.
Have you been served with an intervention order?
What to do:
Check the details of the court hearing including the date, time and location. Ensure that you do not miss this court date otherwise the court may determine the case in your absence, adjourn the case and issue a warrant or make an intervention order with respect to a child.
Understand who the intervention order is protecting. There may be a number of people listed including children (checked both Affected Family Members and Protected Persons).
The application will explain why the applicant is seeking an order against you. Start to think about whether you agree or disagree with the application.
If you have been served an interim intervention order, review the conditions of the order and ensure that you do not breach any of the conditions even if you disagree with them. You will have an opportunity at court to contest the order against you.
You should then contact our office for advice. We recommend that this occur prior to the first court hearing to ensure that you receive advice on the best course of action moving forward.