Breaching a domestic violence order

How can a Domestic Violence Order be Breached? Every Domestic Violence Order (DVO) in Queensland contains the following mandatory condition: The respondent must be of good behaviour towards the aggrieved and not commit domestic violence against the aggrieved Therefore, if the respondent is not of good behaviour towards the aggrieved, and/or they commit domestic violence … Continue reading Breaching a domestic violence order

Obtaining a Domestic Violence Order

Applying for Domestic Violence Order (DVO) You are able to apply for a domestic violence order yourself, or you may get a police officer, lawyer or an authorised person such as a friend, relative or welfare worker to apply for you.  If you are the victim of domestic violence, you can contact the Queensland Police … Continue reading Obtaining a Domestic Violence Order