When you separate from your partner, circumstances may mean that you must take urgent steps to try and protect yourself and the children. There are a number of practical steps and injunctions which you can take, and measures which you can put in place.
Our family lawyers have a lot of experience in domestic violence cases, and we provide fast and efficient advice, in a sensitive and caring way. We will listen and gain an understanding of all the issues in your case, and we will guide you through the process of the application to court, drafting your statement, representing you at court, and service of the court order on the other person.
Visit our domestic violence page for further information.
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It sets out the types of injunction that are available, describes whether you satisfy the test of being described as associated persons Injunctions — Key Terms Sheet.
You may be eligible for legal aid, if you are claiming welfare benefits, or on a low income, and have little or no savings.
We can also advise and support those who have had allegations of domestic violence made against them. Our experts can explain what this means, the impact it might have on you, and what steps you need to take to achieve the best outcome. Legal Aid is available in circumstances where you are at risk of being asked to leave your home.
Cartwright King is a well recognised specialist in Family Law and its members have been recognised in Legal 500, and we combine sharp negotiation skills and technical excellence with a deep understanding of your case – providing a service that is professional, straightforward and tailored to your requirements.