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Domestic Violence

At J M Wilson Solicitors we offer support and advice regarding obtaining injunctions to protect you and your family from violence or the threat of violence from others. If this is a family type situation then we can obtain what is known as a Non-Molestation Injunction from the family courts to protect you all. The other party does not have to be told about you seeking the injunction. Once you have the injunction in place the other party will then be told as will the local police to ensure you are protected.

On occasions we can help you obtain an order to prevent the other party coming back to the family home that you may have both shared thus giving you sole occupation of the property for a period of time. This is known as an Occupation Order and can be obtained regardless of whether the property is in the sole name of the other party.

On the flip side we can represent a party that finds themselves in a situation where allegations of violence have been made against them by way of a Non-Molestation Order or they have been told they cannot return to their family home, having been served with an Occupation Order.

Such cases can often be linked with divorce proceedings or child cases when one party alleges they require protection from the other.

We offer fixed fees for the stages involved in these matters and contact should be made with the family department for more information at jenny@jmwilsonsolicitors.com

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