Abusive Relationship Legal Help
What You Need to Know
- Sexual Abuse – many individuals suffer from sexual abuse by the hands of their spouse, family members, even including parents.
- Physical Abuse – physical abuse is the most common type of abuse in relationships where a partner or family member physically abuses you causing mild to severe injuries.
- Emotional Abuse – emotional abuse includes manipulation or emotional blackmail to make a person feel guilty or depressed. It could take a serious toll on a person’s life and mental health.
- Financial Abuse – some people are victims of financial abuse in a relationship where their partner misuses their money or assets forcefully against their consent.
- Verbal Abuse – shouting or verbal degradation in public or private can constitute verbal abuse.
There are three kinds of Court Orders our domestic violence solicitors can apply for on your behalf:
- Occupation Order
- Non Molestation Order
- Prohibited Step Order
Occupation Order: This order allows the Court to decide who should live, or not live, in the home or any part of it. The Order can also exclude the other person from an area around the home.
Non Molestation Order: is aimed at preventing your partner or ex-partner from using or threatening violence against you or your child, or intimidating, harassing or pestering you, in order to ensure the health, safety and well-being of yourself and your children.
Prohibited step Order: This Order is granted by the Court preventing a parent from doing certain activities or events or making specific trips with their child/children. It allows the Court to apply a restriction upon a mother or father’s parental responsibility.
How Can We Help?
At Atlas Law Solicitors, we are driven by our vision to provide relief and protection to our clients by helping them exercise their legal rights.
If you or your loved one is a victim of any type of abusive relationship, we can help them protect themselves from further abuse. Our experienced team will offer all available options to help you make an informed decision. Being in an abusive relationship can be extremely traumatic and painful.
We are happy to arrange an initial consultation to take place either in the office, by telephone or by video (i.e. Skype, FaceTime or Whatapp video). If your consultation is going to take place via telephone or video, we will ask you to send us your photo ID before the meeting.
For a confidential discussion about your matter with a Senior Family Solicitor, please call us on 0203 875 0969 or fill in the form for a call back
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