The mediation voucher scheme is being expanded to help thousands more separating couples resolve disputes without having to go to court. The scheme, launched by the Government in March, provides a £500 voucher for mediation services with the aim of finding amicable solutions to disagreements. It seeks to spare eligible families the trauma of going through
Injunctions & Personal Protection
If you or your children been threatened or hurt, or you live in fear of violence or harassment, be sure to contact the police immediately
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Our family lawyers can help you obtain an injunction/court order to protect you and your children.
Who can I take out an injunction against?
Under the Family Law Act you can obtain an injunction/court order from those you are or have been married to; cohabitants and former cohabitants; those who live in the same household; certain relatives; the mother or father of the child.
There are two types of injunctions available to you:-
- Non-molestation order -. It can prohibit actions such as harassment, violence or threats towards you or a child.
- Occupation order – This deals with occupation of the home. The order can exclude a person from the home or an area around it, or give you access to the home if you have vacated voluntarily or otherwise.
In both cases the court may attach a Power of Arrest to the order if the order is breached.
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