A Violence Restraining Order (VRO) offers legally-binding protection against harassment, violence and intimidation. A VRO, once made, will show up in police records, such as when applying for employment.
When a VRO is appropriate
If someone is violent towards you, threatens you or your property, harasses or intimidates you, and you are fearful that the behaviour will continue, you can apply for a restraining order at the Magistrates Court nearest to you.
DCH Legal Group are experienced in acting for both the person seeking to be protected in restraining order proceedings, and also the person responding to a restraining order sought or obtained against them.
We can assist you to see if you can negotiate an agreement with the other party, and can represent you in Court at any stage of the process.