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Phoenix Family Law – Domestic Violence

Domestic Violence Phoenix Law

Domestic Violence is not simply the act of a man physically attacking a woman. It can cover a large range of abuse caused physically, emotionally, and financially by both men and women. In Queensland, the law is taking definitive steps to try and better broach these issues, and if you are a victim of domestic or family violence, or are unsure of what this may mean – then you need to make sure that you talk to legal professionals such as the Phoenix Family Law team.

Phoenix Law is an experienced team that will treat your case with respect, confidentially and professionalism as support through the domestic violence process is of the utmost importance.

An important step with Domestic Violence is applying for and receiving a Protection Order, or Domestic Violence Order. In Queensland, this will only be applied in specific circumstances when domestic violence has occurred, there is a ‘relevant relationship’, and the court decides that the order is necessary. The way in which the court operates can be difficult to understand, especially when you’re going through a rough period in your life. That is why it is important to consult with a firm experienced in Domestic Violence Orders in Queensland and can assist you with the process.

Phoenix law can assist you with understanding more about:

  • Drafting and filing of documents
  • temporary orders,
  • urgent orders,
  • the court process,
  • negotiating with the other party
  • Domestic Violence Court representations
  • defending against domestic violence orders,
  • how to vary a DVO,
  • how to withdraw a DVO,
  • Peace and Good Behaviour Orders.
  • Advising on flow-on-effects from the DVO
  • Advising and assisting with further proceedings such as separation or divorce (Link)

If you have an immediate need to talk to someone, please contact a DV support line

It is important to remember that Domestic Violence is more than physical abuse – If you are unsure of what is happening, or what you can do then you need to speak up and talk to a professional that can help.

You can reach Phoenix law on +61 (07) 3180 0908

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