Understanding and supportive at an emotional time.

Family


Family :

Domestic Violence

If your spouse or ex-partner is violent towards you (including physical or verbal attacks), you can apply to the courts for an injunction to prevent any further violence. Sometimes, a Non-Molestation or Occupation order may be more appropriate than an injunction. Our experienced family solicitors can advise you on the best course of action for your situation.

We understand that this is an emotional and traumatic time for you and we will work quickly to protect you and your children.

If you already have a court order in place and believe it has been breached, our family solicitors will advise you on the course of action to take. We understand that speed is essential and we will work as quickly as possible to ensure you feel protected.

For advice on court orders to protect against domestic violence contact our specialist family solicitors today.

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