Essentially, a non-molestation order is a type of injunction which is used to protect people from violence and harassment.
Any person can obtain a non-molestation order against someone, which can include but is not limited to, physical, emotional, financial, or any abusive kind of relationship, and will provide you safety measures.
The applicant, in this case, the person who’s applying for the order, can apply in court against someone, who is known as the respondent, and this can be a spouse, ex-spouse, civil partner, ex-civil partner, cohabitees and former cohabitees, and can also include family members.
Placing a non-molestation order will protect you and your children, as it set a limit in the distance that the respondent can get close to you, your home address, or your place of work.
How a non-molestation order will affect your ex-partner to see your children?
The order will not automatically prevent your ex from seeing your children. If this is a concern to you, you must check with a solicitor and put it in place when taking it to court.
Why choose Ackroyd Legal solicitors for your Non-molestation order?
Our Family Law Solicitors are specialised and experienced in these matters, and they will be able to guide you on how to act and the best way to issue this order. Additionally, they will also assist you in negotiating a convenient pattern with your ex-partner on how your child will be able to spend time and be safe on their guard.
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