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Defending a non-molestation application

Where there are serious allegations of domestic abuse, a court can make a non-molestation order without notice to the alleged abuser. This order has serious implications if you are the recipient of the order and you have children you want to see.

It is especially important that you respond to the order and every step should be taken to try to set it aside if it is unjustified.  If there are good grounds for the order then you need advice as to what your response should be.

We offer a fixed fee service for £298.00 to analyse the documents you have received and to give you detailed advice about next steps. We will tell you if we think you need to be represented at a hearing and we will give you an estimate of our likely costs. Please see our explanation on this website with regard to how our costs are worked out.

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