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An introduction to domestic violence laws in Australia

Filed under: Children, AVO/Domestic Violence, Defacto Relationships, Family Law

It is estimated that one in three women experience physical violence throughout Australia, and with such disturbing statistics, robust domestic violence...

Domestic violence reforms provide victims with earlier intervention and more effective protection

Filed under: AVO/Domestic Violence, Family Law

Reforms to Queensland’s domestic violence legislation were passed on 11 October 2016 and are expected to come into effect shortly. The Domestic and Family...

Parenting Orders – Family Violence

Filed under: Children, Separation, AVO/Domestic Violence, Family Law

Paul and Kaitlyn were in a relationship for approximately two years and had a child together, named Annabelle. They separated before she was even born...

Section 123 of the Family Violence Protection Act 2008

Filed under: Anti-Social Laws, Assault & Battery, AVO/Domestic Violence, Criminal Law

Case Study: Section 123 of the Family Violence Protection Act 2008.

Domestic Violence

Filed under: AVO/Domestic Violence, Family Law

Domestic Violence is a common occurrence in Australia. It is important to obtain the optimal legal representation immediately if you have been arrested...

Breach of Apprehended Violence Orders (AVOs)

Filed under: AVO/Domestic Violence, Family Law

Apprehended Violence Orders (AVOs) are court orders aimed at preventing further acts of violence. Breaching these orders may attract criminal sanctions...

Evaluation of the 2012 Family Law Act Family Violence Amendments

Filed under: AVO/Domestic Violence, Marriage and Civil Partnerships, Family Law

Discussion of the results of an evaluation of the 2012 amendments to the Family Law Act which were designed to improve responses to family violence and...

What is child abuse?

Filed under: Court Appearances, Indecent and Sexual Assault, Sexual Offences, Assault & Battery, Children, AVO/Domestic Violence

There are some crimes that are considered more abhorrent when compared to others, and any offence involving child abuse is deemed to be particularly heinous....

Abusive behaviour and protection orders

Filed under: Divorce, Children, Separation, Property Settlement, Financial Disputes, AVO/Domestic Violence, Marriage and Civil Partnerships

The actions which can be subject to protection orders caused by domestic or family violence cover a broad range of behaviours and vary between the States....

How a family violence protection orders be obtained in Australia? And other related matters

Filed under: Divorce, Children, Separation, Property Settlement, Financial Disputes, AVO/Domestic Violence, Marriage and Civil Partnerships

Domestic and family violence unfortunately does occur and as a consequence, all jurisdictions in Australia have laws that protect a spouse, child, relatives...

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