If you’re a victim of domestic abuse, or you’re experiencing threatening or intimidating behaviour, National Legal Service Solicitors can help you. As one of the UKs leading family law firm, we have the capacity and resources to swiftly manage complex cases..
If you’re suffering physical or emotional abuse from a partner, ex, or family member, if you’re a victim of domestic violence, or you’re experiencing threatening or intimidating behaviour, you may be eligible to apply for a non-molestation order which will protect you from that harm.
Under The Family Law Act 1996, a non-molestation order can ensure you (and any relevant children) are protected from the risk of further significant harm. At National Legal Service, our domestic violence and injunction solicitors act in your best interests to support your application for a non-molestation order to keep you and your children safe.
A non-molestation order prohibits an abuser from coming within a certain distance of you and your home, and prevents them communicating with you. You can also ask the court to prevent a partner or ex-partner from your place of work, or your childrens’ schools, depending on the facts of your case.
As a leading family law firm, we have the capacity and resources to swiftly manage complex cases, helping you to secure a rapid non-molestation order that could see offenders arrested and imprisoned for up to five years should the order be breached.
Working discreetly and privately, we’re experts in securing emergency ex parte injunctions, ensuring that you and your family can obtain the protection you need immediately, without the need to notify or receive a response from the other party. Ex parte non-molestation orders offer full protection until a hearing can be scheduled.
Safeguarding you and your children is a primary concern for the National Legal Service team. If you are in immediate danger, please contact the police urgently. Once you are in a safer position, get in touch with our family law solicitors on 020 3601 5051 to find out more about the next steps in securing vital protection for you and your children.