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Injunctions and Restraining Orders
Sometimes it may be necessary to act very quickly to protect your interests before you can reach an agreement with your former partner.
This can arise when your partner stops paying the mortgage, empties a bank account, or tries to sell assets. It is important to act quickly to obtain an order from the court to protect the property. Speed is vital: a court order is unhelpful if the property has already disappeared.
You and your children
Sometimes it is also necessary to obtain an injunction to protect yourself and/or your children or to ensure that existing arrangements are maintained until you resolve parenting matters with your former partner. The most common example is to obtain an injunction to prevent a parent from relocating with a child, locally or overseas.
We can advise you about the need for an injunction, prepare an urgent application and represent you in court at short notice.
Please contact us to obtain detailed advice regarding injunctions and restraining orders.
Level 15, 175 Liverpool Street
Sydney NSW 2000 Australia
PO Box 21117
World Square NSW 2002 Australia
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175 Liverpool Street Parking Station, Entrance via 26 Nithsdale Street
Phone 1800 7275 464 - Closes at Midnight
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