1 Comments Family & de facto law, financial agreements, consent orders
Hi. You can apply to the court with what is called a "Contravention of Orders". This is not something you would do every time the orders are breeched. Essentially, you will be taking your ex partner back to court. You may want to look up this website to give you some information on contravention of orders: http://www.familycourt.gov.au/wps/wcm/connect/fcoaweb/home. This website has a great collection of information to help you tackle this issue and also has the forms you will need to proceed, if you choose to. If there is anything in writing, such as text messages, you will need to keep them as proof that she has contravened the orders. You can choose to go to mediation without going to court, otherwise, you will be expected to do mediation once you have filed the paperwork in court. This is a mandatory expectation given by the Judge. If you need to find a lawyer, if you don't already have one, then feel free to look at the "Find A Lawyer" section on this website.