In Western Australia, the Magistrates Court can issue Restraining Orders to protect a person from the conduct of another person.
For example, a Restraining Order may restrict the person bound from approaching the person protected, their residence or workplace within a specified distance.
Although being bound by a Restraining Order is not criminal itself, it is a crime to breach a Restraining Order.
Restraining Orders may extend to other persons connected with the person who applies to be protected. This can include the children of the parties.
Whether you are trying to defend or uphold an interim Violence Restraining Order in Western Australia, our team here at Klimek & Wijay can offer you legal advice and representation in relation to your Violence Restraining order matter, to ensure that you achieve best outcome.
With over 50 years of combined legal experience, your legal matters are in safe hands with our team, ensuring that each restraining order matter is attended to in a quick, timely manner.
If you require more information about restraining orders in Western Australia, contact our legal team today for assistance or representation.