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QLD Protection Order Against Me from Ex - What to Do?

Discussion in 'Family Law Forum' started by telcoguy1, 28 October 2017.

  1. telcoguy1

    telcoguy1 Well-Known Member

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    Wanted to say thanks for this information.
     
  2. Time101

    Time101 Well-Known Member

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    Hi

    Self represent.

    If it was served on you just a few days ago I'm sure you have 21 days to object.

    Fight it. No need to spend thousands on a lawyer.

    Like people said above you have a strong case to defend her allegations.

    They will set a date for trial.
    She will dismiss it at the end, if what you say above is true then she a lost cause for putting one on you.

    Don't have any contact with her at all.

    Good luck. Keep us posted.

    I also agree we should be able to private message people so help can be sought.
     
  3. telcoguy1

    telcoguy1 Well-Known Member

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    I have a barrister on Probono. He read through it and laughed
     
  4. telcoguy1

    telcoguy1 Well-Known Member

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    The mention hearing went. Odd.

    I told the duty lawyer my side and they spoke to the other parties duty lawyer

    They came back saying they had agreed to withdraw. However in the hearing that wasn’t what happened.
     
  5. Thefactsonly

    Thefactsonly Well-Known Member

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    What happened in the hearing then?
     
  6. telcoguy1

    telcoguy1 Well-Known Member

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    The duty lawyer told the judge that we had agreed to settle outside of court.

    There was a photo of some random persons privates, no date for when it was sent or how though and defiantly not me.

    Judge decided that because there was that sent to have a hearing in January.

    I contested obviously. However she still put a temp order on me. Which is fine. I won’t breach it.
     
  7. Migz

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    Welcome to the Queensland legal system, it's a complete crock... Judges just want to stay employed, along with all their mates in the legal system... anyways, you were advised that this would end up going to trial, but once again don't be surprised if they pull the pin on it at the 11th hour. Now the waste of tax payers dollars begins, and the police have to do some actual police work, and you will have to make sure you follow up on getting a copy of the the "updated" QP9 atleast a week before trial so you can see what information they are relying on.
     
  8. telcoguy1

    telcoguy1 Well-Known Member

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    How do I go about getting that given to me?
    It’s just so strange.. such a waste of time.
     
  9. telcoguy1

    telcoguy1 Well-Known Member

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    I’m not even sure in what police work they can even do. All they have are emails from four years ago. None threatening and random Snapchat account names.
     
  10. telcoguy1

    telcoguy1 Well-Known Member

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    Since it is a civil matter, do they anyway?
     
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