My ex has an Apprehended Domestic Violence Order (ADVO) against me based on a very weak set of circumstances where I picked up her mobile phone and left the house post separation. She phoned the police and had me arrested, no charges but prelim Apprehended Domestic Violence Order for 6 months with basic conditions 1 a,b,c. I am fighting in the local court with upcoming trial that there should be no Apprehended Domestic Violence Order at all. However, since this time, the ex has been phoning the police most days and claiming I'm either stalking by phoning for example my daughter's extra curricular activities once and for attending her school on one occasion to see her (no family court orders in place against either. The police have since accepted her application to have Apprehended Domestic Violence Order conditions extended to keep me away from my daughter's school, her home and where the smaller children go to preschool. I have done nothing to deserve this, have broken no laws or orders but the police are behind her. I have spoken with the OIC and she mentioned it may be because I didn't cooperate with the police during my arrest for picking up the phone so the OIC is admitting to vengeance. I have Interim hearing at Family Court just after Local Court Apprehended Domestic Violence Order hearing. I don't know whether to fight the Apprehended Domestic Violence Order altogether or to consent without admission but then I have to accept other unjust conditions. According to this document protection orders made without admission have less probative weight than those made by contest (presumably where you fight them and they're made anyway). Allegations of family violence and child abuse in family law children's proceedings - Appendix E: Classification of evidentiary material | Australian Institute of Family Studies Any opinions? Does anyone have experience about how much importance Apprehended Domestic Violence Orders play in the allocation of parenting time?