1G. Family Violence Restraining Orders

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If your former partner continues to intimidate you physically or psychologically, you may wish to seek a family violence restraining order (FVRO). This will prohibit them from contacting you or visiting the places you spend most of your time.

Family violence restraining orders (FVRO) for protection

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