Generally, an AVO is imposed on an alleged offender to provide protection (whether in the interim or for a set period) to the alleged victim. If the offender then breaches the terms of the AVO, the police can arrest/charge that person purely for breaching the AVO.
If you have concerns for your safety (or that of your family), you should call the police immediately.
If you have been served with application for an AVO, you should immediately seek legal advice, as it may impact on your livelihood (ie security officers), or even affect your family law case.
The lawyers at Sterling Legal have many years of experience in dealing with such applications and particularly in relation to how they affect family law positions.
Sterling Legal has also had considerable success in having applications dismissed.
The lawyers at Sterling Legal are veteran practitioners and have the skills and experience to sensitively and successful handle your case.
For more information, talk to the lawyers at our Community Law office today on 96497007.