Videos - Interim FVROs

Logo for FRVO self-help guideThis page includes all the videos used in this guide. 

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Get help
Keeping safe
Can I get one?
How to apply
After an interim FVRO is made


Representing yourself


Planning for your safety is very important.


Practical tips on safety planning


Safety planning in regional areas


Hear from a magistrate: other ways to get help


Family violence covers more than you think


Getting legal advice


Regional procedures


Practical tips - Completing the application form


Practical tips - Preparing an affidavit


Having a support person


Prepare to be at court all day


What happens at the first hearing


A tour of a courtroom


Magistrate's tips for dealing with nerves


The magistrate's role


Demonstration of a first hearing


Serving the Respondent


Tips from a lawyer - What should I do next?


Objecting to an interim order


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