Do you want to defend an Apprehended Violence Order (AVO)?
If so get legal advice as soon as possible!
Is it worth defending an Apprehended Violence Order (AVO)?
An apprehended violence order is not a criminal charge but it can negatively impact employment, firearms licenses, access to children and so on. For example, this may cause issues if you require a ‘working with children check’ or if you work in the security industry.
Get legal advice before going to Court and consenting to an order.
We can advise you on the case, prepare your matter, attend Court to present your case and cross examine any witnesses.
Applying for an Apprehended Violence Order AVO:
You should see the Police if you require an Apprehended Violence Order because you fear that someone wants to harm you.
If the Police cannot assist you, we can represent you. This would include, drafting the application, preparing your evidence and representing you in Court.
What about costs?
Our fees are reasonable and we will let you know up front what sort of fees you will have to pay. CONTACT A LAWYER TODAY!!!!
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