Get help with restraining orders
Where else can I get legal help?
Many Community Legal Centres offer services for people experiencing or at risk of family violence and can advise on FVRO conferences.
Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people needing help with FVROs may also be able to get help from Family Violence Prevention Legal Services.
The Law Society of WA can provide information about private lawyers who can provide advice and representation in restraining order cases.
The Citizen's Advice Bureau may be able to give advice if you are the Respondent or Person Bound by an FVRO.
What other services and supports are available to help with family violence?
Details about some of the counselling, information and support services for women, men and children in situations of family violence is available if you want to get help with family violence and your safety.
Reviewed: 5 April 2018