Relationships can be difficult. In some circumstances, they can be toxic.

Sadly, we often deal with cases where there has been a history of domestic abuse and spouses – both male and female - are too scared to leave the relationship because of the inevitable fallout.

Perhaps you might be reading this and be in a similar situation where you have been a victim of domestic abuse and you might have even reported some incidents to the police yet still do not feel adequately protected.

What Are Non-Molestation Orders?

Whilst many people experience domestic abuse, it is not an acceptable state of being, and you can, with help, apply and secure a court order called a 'Non-Molestation Order.'

This court order can protect you and your family, helping secure your health, safety and wellbeing.

If the respondent - that is, the person subject to the Non-Molestation Order - breaches it, they will be committing a criminal offence and can be arrested.

The criminal offence renders a person liable to a fine and/or term of imprisonment not exceeding five years on indictment in the Crown Court or 12 months if convicted in a Magistrates Court.

If you or someone you know needs expert help to enable them to be protected from a partner, spouse or other associated person then please do reach out to our team of expert family lawyers who really do want to help you.

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