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If it is interim it means that is had not gone to hearing.
You should object to it and the court will set it down for a hearing and if it finds that the allegations are untrue and the person in need of protections has no fear they will dismiss it.
If the allegations of any force and assault are true but the facts may be off or incorrect but the violence occurred then they may agree to change the facts but make the VRO final and for a set period.
In order for you to defend this you have to get a solicitor because if there are also charges attached it is quite serious.
Contact the law society of WA and get a referral to a solicitor that practices in Criminal law to assist you
Their website is as follows:
If you cannot afford a solicitor then speak to legal aid and if you are eligible they will take it on for you.
Their website is as follows
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