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However, having a lawyer to help you is a good idea.
Hiring a lawyer is especially important if your case has complicating factors such as immigration issues.
Step 1: Find out which court house you should go to, to apply for a restraining order.
Step 2: Decide what decisions you need from the court and if any of them are urgent.
Step 3: Complete the application form to start your case Step 4: If you need an urgent order, complete and file motion materials with your application.
Step 5: If you don’t have a lawyer, ask to have the documents served on (given to) the other person (except if you are proceeding without notice, see page 6).
If you have questions or need advice about your case, you should speak to a lawyer.
Calling the police may be one option to keep you and your children safe.
If you would like to get a lawyer but can’t afford one or can’t find one, see the information provided on the front of this guide.
Visit a Family Law Information Centre (FLIC) at your local family court.
There is usually a charge to use this service but if you are experiencing violence, you should call (416) 947-3330 in the Toronto calling area, or toll-free (800) 268-8326 from elsewhere in Ontario, and the charge will be waived.
You must identify yourself as a victim of domestic violence otherwise a charge of may be added to your phone bill.