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You should not agree to the orders and you should request that it goes to a hearing.
There should be facts that are attached to the AVO.
It is your word against hers and the court will set it down for a hearing. In the end the court will listen to each side and will decide based on the balance of probabilities who they believe and if it is her then they will make the orders.
Get a solicitor to represent you and they will run the hearing.
The law society of NSW will give you names of solicitors that practice in criminal law.
If you cannot get a solicitor for the 8 December you can seek an adjournment to get legal advise and the court will grant that.
Be careful because if you breach the orders before the matter is heard then you have committed a criminal offence and it becomes more serious.
Here is some information about defending an AVO
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