Have you received notice of a Non-Molestation Order from the family court? Our team of expert family law solicitors can help you take action to defend your reputation.
Having a former partner or relative bring Non-Molestation proceedings against you is a distressing situation. It is easy to get caught up in the emotional aspects of the case, particularly if you feel that the applicant is lying or presenting evidence that has been taken completely out of context.
The Order may even have been made ‘ex-parte’ which means you were not able to defend yourself or even knew about the application until the Order arrived on your doorstep.
Our highly skilled divorce and family law solicitors have decades of experience handling complex domestic violence defence cases on behalf of individuals across the UK. We know how incredibly frustrating and frightening this situation can be due to the potential damage to your reputation and the risk of criminal proceedings if you breach the Order. We can help you dispute a Non-Molestation Order and have a strong track record of getting such Orders successfully discharged.
We can help you dispute a Non-Molestation Order
We understand the difficulties having a Non-Molestation Order made against you can present, particularly if you have children with your former partner as the Order could threaten your contact arrangements.
Seeking legal advice early is your best chance of protecting your reputation and preventing you from being arrested and facing criminal prosecution if you inadvertently breach the Order.
When you instruct us, we will provide in-depth advice about your options for making a Non-Molestation Order appeal and your prospects for success so you can make an informed decision about how to proceed.
We can also help you gather reliable evidence to rebut the allegations of domestic violence by the applicant and provide strong representation at any court hearings.