Thanks for the update and good luck. Maybe stay away from women for the time being?
Mate have a look at mensline - Sadly, I can't recommend it. For a while it was a great online forum that was less legal focused than this site. But good moral support, I've even met a few guys in real life from there...
But - I'd like you to have a look at the site - see how you go. Maybe you can join the mob that want it re-instated to its previous glory as a peer support site.
mensline - Google Search
Thanks for the feedback.... good outcome. I'm sure it will give hope to some going through similar injustice...
Regarding donations/assistance, here's another site that might be worth checking out >>> Men's Rights Agency | Men's rights, fathers rights, family law, child support, domestic violence, discrimination
All the best for future liaisons of the female kind in particular... There are some good ones out there. Third time lucky for me
What ever you do never consent to a order even on a without admission basis! It can and will be used against you! Call 1 8 0 0 FATHERS they will be your best hope of successful outcomesTo be frank I have no desire to fight the FVRO with the ex girlfriend. Like you I think its great that we cant contact each other. There is a reason I finished it with her so having an FVRO enforcing our non-contact is fine by me. I could be all upset about the lies about me having assaulted my ex-girlfriend but I have learned to just brush off such crap and focus on my children
My only concern is that not contesting the FVRO is how my ex-wife would try to spin it at Family Court.
My understanding is that a Conduct Agreement Order is the same as the FVRO i.e. the police can arrest me and I can go to jail if I breached the conditions. The only difference being that its given on a "without admission" basis. Therefore the ex-girlfriend gets the "protection" of the FVRO (I literally dont want to change one condition in the INTERIM FVRO) without it looking like I assaulted her.
I would have thought any magistrate would grant a Conduct Agreement Order as it "protects" the alleged victim without wasting the courts time or costing me and the alleged victim legal costs. But I don't know for sure.