Domestic violence is a crime and continues to be major concern in NSW. It should be reported to the police. A person who is experiencing domestic violence may apply to the Local Court of NSW for an apprehended domestic violence order (‘ADVO’) or Apprehended Personal Violence Order (APVO)
It is a strange question but a very valid question. In short, the answer is YES, it is possible. People know they will die one day and must therefore make a will. A will is a legal instrument that allows a person to nominate individuals (Beneficiaries) who are to inherit that person’s assets after his/her death. A will operates only after the testator’s death. A simple will may not be sufficient.
Advice: Cooperate, give police your name and contact details and DO NOT SAY ANYTHING about the incident alleged against you. You have a right to silence at every stage (few exceptions e.g. Traffic where you have to provide limited information). Generally in other matters you only need to provide your name and details – seek legal advice.