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Domestic Abuse Advice

Jacqueline Major
Jacqueline Major
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Hannah Yellop
Abigail Neal
Abigail Neal
Jessica Wells
Jessica Wells

Domestic violence can affect both women and men – and it will always affect children who are aware of, or witness this abusive behaviour.

As many as one in four women will suffer from domestic violence at some time in their lives. If you want to discuss legal protection for yourself and your children, our specialist domestic violence team can help you in the strictest confidence.

If you’re caught up in a distressing and frightening situation at home, contact our experienced and sensitive domestic violence team. Such situations often require urgent, emergency steps to provide protection from harm.

How we can help

Many people put up with domestic violence for too long – often for years. Most victims of domestic violence are scared to seek help. We regularly help people in your situation, providing legal advice in complete confidence.

Our domestic abuse team can help you arrange:

  • Protection against violent partners or cohabitees through Non-Molestation Orders and other court remedies.
  • Help you with the legal issues surrounding occupancy of the family home and with other housing issues.
  • Liaise with emergency support services and with the police on your behalf.

"I would like to thank you for your service at a time when I was at my most vulnerable and sincerely wish you the best for the future.”

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