Are You Looking For Non-Molestation Order Solicitors Near Me? We can provide expert non-molestation solicitors near your home or place of work.
If you need to protect yourself from domestic abuse or intimidation, you can ask a solicitor to apply to the court for a non-molestation order on your behalf. This is a type of injunction that will prohibit the person abusing you from various actions, such as coming to your home or threatening you.
You and/or your children should not have to endure abusive behaviour. It is important to address this if you are being threatened, intimidated or harmed.
At Solicitors Near Me UK, we can connect you to expert non-molestation solicitors who are used to dealing swiftly and efficiently with domestic abuse situations. By choosing a local solicitor, you may find it easier to contact them and to attend their offices, should you need to.
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Solicitors Near Me UK can match you with expert lawyers who deal with obtaining non-molestation orders in your location. Set up by a former solicitor, Solicitors Near Me aims to connect individuals with local solicitors with the necessary expertise to handle their case. We know how important it is to find good quality legal representation in your area combined with excellent client service and we ensure that all our solicitors are hand-picked to offer that.
Non-Molestation Order Solicitors – Solicitors Near Me For Non-Molestation Orders UK
Our non-molestation order solicitors offer a full range of services, including the following:
- Application to the court for a non-molestation order
- Application for an occupation order to exclude someone from your home
- Emergency applications to the court where necessary
- Advice and representation in the event that your abuser breaches the terms of a non-molestation order or occupation order
Where Are Your Non-Molestation Order Solicitors?
Our solicitors are based across the UK, with non-molestation specialists in England, Ireland, Northern Ireland, Scotland and Wales.
How Much Does Our Find A Non-Molestation Order Solicitor Near Me Service Cost?
Our Find A Solicitor Near Me service is free. Once we connect you with a non-molestation expert, you will have the opportunity to decide whether they are the right choice to represent you. Up until that point, you will not incur any charge. Only if you decide to ask them to represent you will you be liable for their fees. Our service in matching you with a solicitor is free throughout.
Why Do I Need A Non-Molestation Order Solicitor?
If you are being abused by someone, you are entitled to ask the court to take action to end this. An expert non-molestation solicitor will be able to take quick action to request an order from the court to protect you without delay.
When am I entitled to a non-molestation order?
If you or your child have been subjected to any of the following, you may be entitled to a non-molestation order:
- Violence or threats of violence
- Abusive language or abusive messages
The person involved must be someone with an association with you, such as a former partner or relative.
Your solicitor will work with you to put a strong case together asking the court to grant the non-molestation order. This could include photographic evidence, copies of messages and witness statements. The court will consider whether an order is necessary to safeguard you and/or your children.
How do I get a non-molestation order?
Your solicitor will complete a court application form and you will need to make a witness statement setting out exactly what has happened and why you need an injunction.
There is an option to prevent your contact details from being made available to the other party, and this is done by filling in a separate form.
Where you believe that you need the order immediately, your solicitor will advise the court that you are seeking an emergency order. Your solicitor will also explain to the court why this is necessary.
In an emergency situation, you will need to attend a hearing shortly after the application has been made at which the court will consider your case. A further hearing will be held that the other party will also attend.
How do I enforce a non-molestation order?
It is a civil and a criminal offence to breach a non-molestation order. It will often have a power of arrest attached. This means that if the order is breached you should call the police. The party in breach of the order will be arrested and could face a fine and/or up to five years in prison.
Is free legal advice UK available for a non-molestation order?
Legal Aid is available if you are applying for a non-molestation order, subject to eligibility criteria and means testing. You may be required to contribute towards the cost. If you wish to discuss funding, we can put you in touch with a solicitor who will be able to explain this to you.
Solicitors Near Me Who Deal With Non-Molestation Orders
If you are suffering from abuse, we can connect you with a local solicitor who can help. Our legal experts are handpicked for their experience and high standards of service. Call us now and we will give you the name straightaway of someone who can represent you.