When a family unit breaks down, things can become acrimonious and there could be a time where you or a family member may need the protection of a court injunction. This offers legal protection against threats, whether physical or verbal and enables you to go about your life without fearing harm.
There are many different reasons for seeking a court injunction, ranging from threats of harm to yourself or your children through to protecting your assets from being sold or disposed of before a settlement agreement is in place. Once you have an order, it is legally binding and if it is broken, there can be serious repercussions for the offender.
Our experienced court injunction solicitors can help you through the legal process and we find that the most common types of injunction are:
- A non-molestation order.
- An occupation order
- A section 37 financial order
Whatever the reason you are seeking an order, Ashburnham Solicitors can provide you with knowledgeable legal advice combined with empathetic support – so please contact us today.