Family Care Solicitors can make an urgent application to the court for a protection order. We can also help you safeguard the property rights of your family home.
Protection Orders available in the UK
The court issues different types of protection orders to protect victims of abuse. Each order addresses a specific issue or circumstance the applicant might be dealing with.
1. Non-Molestation Order
A non-molestation order prohibits an abuser from using or threatening physical violence, intimidating, harassing, pestering or contacting you. This order will also prevent an abuser from instructing or encouraging others to do any of those actions.
2. Occupation Order
An occupation order can be issued if you’re a victim of domestic abuse and the abuser lives with you or is in a relationship with you. The order outlines who can live in the family home or enter the surrounding area. The court can issue protection orders to accommodate the unique facts of the case.
3. Forced Marriage Protection Order
A forced marriage protection order can get issued when you or someone else gets threatened with a forced marriage. You may apply for an emergency order for protection without the person you are making the order against being involved in the application proceeds. A court can give an order to protect you from a forced marriage.
4. Protection from Harassment Order
The court can order to protect you from someone who behaves in a way which makes you feel distressed, humiliated or threatened.
Examples of harassment include:
- unwanted phone calls, letters, emails or visits
- cyberbullying and threats
- verbal abuse and threats
- smashing windows or using dogs to frighten you.
The person who harasses can be someone you know, like a neighbour or community member or it might be a stranger - for example, like a person you met at the market.
You can seek an order of protection for you (and your family) from harassment.
How Can We Help?
Our experienced family law solicitors have years of experience in this sensitive area of law. We can provide practical advice and legal representation when applying for a protection order. Our team will handle the paperwork and collect the evidence required to apply for the legal proceedings.
We will ensure safeguard your rights throughout the process.
If required, you must call 999 for emergencies.
We do not offer legal aid.
However, we do provide affordable family law services for protection orders. The fee varies from cases to case. Get in touch with our experts for further inquiry and an estimated cost.
Contact us to receive protection and support from family lawyers that care about your wellbeing. Book an initial consultation today!
At our free initial consultation we:
1. Assess your Circumstances
We like to hear the facts of your matter and we will answer all your questions.
2. Discuss Options
We consider the best available options based on your individual circumstances and discuss further steps that need to be taken.
3. Timeline and Costs
Once we have a clear idea of how we plan to proceed, we will give an estimated cost and timeline for your case. Contact us to book your initial consultation.