When You're Told to Have "No Contact"

When You're Told to Have "No Contact"

This online resource explains what it means when someone wants protection from you because you are accused or have been found guilty of abuse or violence (including family violence). Topics include:

  • Types of no contact orders
  • How to obey the conditions
  • Access to your home
  • Contact with your children
  • How to get legal help (criminal or family court)

When You’re Told to Have No Contact is also available in a new format designed for better viewing online.

This resource was previously called If You Have a No Contact Order Made Against You.

This publication is in clear language for people who don't know about the law.

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