In this video, Laura addresses “What happens if an Apprehended Domestic Violence Order or Apprehended Violence Order has been made against you and you have been approached for a breach of the AVO or ADVO, what are your options?”

One of the questions we get asked in Family Law is about the way in which domestic violence impacts family law matters, in particular property settlements. This question gets asked from both ends of the spectrum, so from clients who are a victim of domestic violence and on the other hand clients who have been accused of domestic violence. In this video, Laura addresses the impact from both sides and what the court will consider when looking at a property settlement.

A question we get asked, particularly from Family Law clients is about apprehended domestic violence orders (AVDO) that have been made against them. And how, in particular, the ADVO can impact their family law matter or any parenting arrangements that might be in place. In this video Laura explains, “Can you see your kids if you have an ADVO made against you” and what you should do if you find yourself in this position.

A question we sometimes get asked from clients is “I’ve had an Apprehended Violence Order (AVO) or Apprehended Domestic Violence Order (ADVO) made against me. So what happens next? What can I expect? In this video Laura explains, firstly what is an AVO or ADVO and what you should do if one is made against you.