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Challenging Non-Molestation Orders
Have you recently been served with a Non-Molestation Order by the family court? If so, you may be feeling overwhelmed and concerned about the impact this order could have on your life and reputation. Our dedicated team of experienced family law solicitors are here to provide you with the support and guidance you need to navigate this challenging situation.
A Non-Molestation Order is a serious legal matter that can have significant consequences for both your personal and professional life. It is essential to take swift and appropriate action to protect your rights and defend your reputation. Our team of experts solicitors specialise in challenging Non Molestation orders and has a proven track record of assisting individuals in similar circumstances.
If you have received a non molestation order which you need to challenge, speak to our Solicitors today. Please kindly note, we do not provide legal aid
Why have I received a Non Molestation Order?
Receiving a Non-Molestation Order from the family court typically means that someone, usually a former partner or family member, has made an application to the court claiming that they are in immediate danger or fear for their safety due to your actions or behavior. The court takes such allegations seriously and issues a Non-Molestation Order as a protective measure to prevent any further harm, harassment, or intimidation.
Non-Molestation Orders are intended to establish clear legal boundaries and prevent any contact or communication that could be perceived as intimidating or harmful. Violating the terms of a Non-Molestation Order is a serious matter and can lead to legal consequences.
If you have received a Non-Molestation Order which you want to contest, it is crucial to consult with a highly experienced family law solicitor who can help you understand the specific allegations made against you and assist you in preparing a defense. Justin Law Solicitors provide this expertise.
Can a Non Molestation order be contested?
If you have received a Non Molestation Order and you think there isn’t enough evidence to hold up the order, there are two main ways to challenge it.
First, you can choose not to actively oppose the order but also avoid agreeing to provide an undertaking. This basically means you don’t agree with the accusations made against you.
The second option is to actively go against the non-molestation order and present solid evidence to prove that the applicant’s claims are off the mark with no basis. If you go this route, you’ll need to carefully think about the evidence you can gather. This might include items such as medical records, police reports, or statements from people who can vouch for your side of the story. Keep in mind that you’ll need to build a good case because it’s all about showing that the allegations are more likely untrue than true.
While you’re in the process of challenging the Non Molesation Order, remember that the order is still in effect. So, it’s very important to keep following the terms of the order.
How can I challenge a Non Molestation Order?
Seeking immediate legal help to challenge a Non-Molestation Order is crucial because such orders often involve serious allegations and strict legal consequences. Justin Law Solicitors provide immediate guidance, assist in gathering evidence, and navigate the legal process effectively. Failing to act promptly could result in prolonged restrictions and legal consequences, making it essential to address the situation promptly to protect your rights and reputation. Here’s how the process usually works:
Seek legal help from a solicitor
Attend Court Hearings
Mediation or Negotiation
Compliance with the Order
Our Solicitors can help you contest Non Molestation Orders
Don’t let a Non-Molestation Order negatively impact your life and reputation without seeking professional help from expert solicitors. Contact our team today to schedule a consultation and take the first step towards safeguarding your rights and defending your reputation.
Getting expert legal advice from Justin Law can really help you to be clear about where you stand and to feel more in control of the situation.
We can help
We appreciate that receiving a Non Molesation Order can be distressing. Our family law team are both experienced and sensitive and will explain your options and their consequences clearly and carefully. We can also meet you outside normal business hours.
If you are looking to challenge a Non Molestation Order, you will require the experience and expertise of a knowledgeable family law solicitor. We will be able to quickly ascertain your circumstancesto give realistic advice as to what the possible outcome may be.
Justin Law Solicitors provide quality advice at an affordable rate enabling a broad range of clients to challenge Non Molestation Orders made against them.
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