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Your Intervention Order Lawyer - Defending an Intervention Order

Melbourne Intervention Order Lawyers – Defending an Intervention Order

It is not a pleasant sight to have the Victorian Police arrive at your door to serve you with an Intervention Order or for you to attend upon a Police Station to collect your Intervention Order.

If this has occurred to you, and you were served with an Interim Intervention Order then you must not do anything that is prohibited by that order and contact a lawyer urgently.


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Your Intervention Order Lawyer - Defending an Intervention Order

Melbourne Intervention Order Lawyers -Defending an Intervention Order

It is not a pleasant sight to have the Victorian Police arrive at your door to serve you with an Intervention Order or for you to attend upon a Police Station to collect your Intervention Order.

If this has occurred to you, and you were served with an Interim Intervention Order then you must not do anything that is prohibited by that order and contact a lawyer urgently.

When it comes to defending an Intervention Order, the Onus is on the applicant to establish that an IVO is needed to protect the protected person. According to the Family Violence Protection Act the protected person, need to establish that;

  1. There was a relationship;
  2. That an act occurred that was classed as Family Violence; and
  3. That the conduct is likely to occur again.

We have extensive experience in defending Intervention Order Application, and we can assist you.


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Your Intervention Order Lawyer - Interaction between Intervention Orders and Family Law/Criminal Law.

The interaction between Family Law and Intervention Orders

Do not listen to your friends or obtain advice that suggest you Consent Without Admission” to an order. The Family Law Court take into account any Interventions Orders and the reasons for them. So the mere fact that you consented without admission does not help you in the Family Law Court.

In fact, if you consent without admission – that means that you agree that you committed Family Violence or a prohibited behaviour but do not agree to the facts.

The interaction between Criminal Law and Intervention Orders

An Intervention Order is a civil application, that carries criminal consequences should you fail to follow it. So,  as soon as you are served with the Intervention Orders, you should obtain legal advice urgently.


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