Domestic and Family Violence is experienced by 1 out of 4 women in Australia aged 15 and over.
We are committed to supporting and assisting women and children who are involved in Court proceedings with violent former partners
If you are currently experiencing family violence or have experienced family violence by a former partner, we can help you.
At The Law Office of Conrad Curry, we are committed to improving outcomes for women and children who have experienced violence. It is our aim to assist women and children to have a safe and secure future after family violence.
Domestic violence is not confined to physical violence. It can also include behaviours of coercion and control, where a perpetrator uses emotional, psychological, physical and or financial control over another person to incite fear and establish an unequal power dynamic.
Domestic and family violence is the most significant factor leading to homelessness and financial disadvantage of women and children. Family and domestic violence is a common factor leading to child protection reports and notifications to the Department of Communities and Justice. The Personal Safety Survey by the ABS showed that 68% of mothers who have experienced family violence said that violence was perpetrated upon them in the presence or within the hearing of their children.
At The Law Office of Conrad Curry, we believe that these statistics are completely unacceptable. We are committed to doing everything we can to assist women to leave violent situations or assist them after separating from a violent partner. We understand that family and domestic violence does not discriminate and can touch the life of any person. Whatever your situation may be, we are here to help you through it.
We offer a range of services to assist women and families who have experienced family and domestic violence. If you are a survivor of domestic and family violence, we can help you to find your feet. Whatever your situation may be, we are experts in providing comprehensive advice where family and domestic violence has occurred.
To book a consultation with our Senior Associate click here.
Our service for the first consult includes:
- A consultation with a lawyer for half an hour to an hour, depending on the complexity of your matter, where we will obtain relevant details and information from you and provide advice about the legal processes and how best to achieve your desired outcome;
- A comprehensive free letter of advice confirming our advice and providing detailed information as to your rights and obligations and the legal process;
- A comprehensive costs disclosure outlining the hourly rate and estimated fees associated with your matter.