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Information about getting help and support from domestic and family violence.
Elder abuse is when someone in a relationship of trust with an older person commits an act causing emotional, psychological, financial, physical or sexual harm or neglect. Find out what services we have available to help older Queenslanders with their legal problems including family and domestic violence, consumer rights, family law, and anti-discrimination.
General information about applying for a domestic violence protection order.
General information about applying for a domestic violence order.
Information about getting help from the domestic and family violence duty lawyer on your court date.
Information about the Women's Domestic Violence Court Assistance Service/Application Assistance Program
Information about your rights and responsibilities when separating from your partner after a relationship breakdown.
Information about your rights and responsibilities when separating from your partner after a relationship breakdown—focusing on Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander women.
General information about your legal options if someone has applied for a domestic violence protection order against you.
A general overview of how the legal system works in Queensland.
General information for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples about the legal system in Queensland.
Information about how to apply for Domestic Violence Protection Order.
General information for respondents to a Domestic Violence Protection Order
General information about how to protect yourself from domestic violence and abuse.
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