Domestic violence affects many relationships, between spouses, partners and relatives.
Our specialist family lawyers can advise you about the orders they may be able to obtain from the court for your protection:
- A ‘non-molestation order’ prevents the person named in the order from using violence against you or from intimidating or harassing you in other ways.
- An ‘occupation order’ prevents that person from going within a certain distance of your home.
- A ‘power of arrest‘ may be attached to the order allowing the police to make an arrest in the event that the order is breached.
Our experienced solicitors can act quickly, offering confidential advice about the remedies available to you and about how you can protect yourself from violence in the future.
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