Injunctions Lawyers Berkhamsted, Amersham & Beaconsfield
The most common application to obtain an injunction order in family matters is by a party who is suffering from harassment, violence or intimidation (domestic violence).
A power to arrest can be attached to an injunction by a judge. As the name suggests, it provides the police with the power to arrest the offending party if the injunction order is broken.
It is usually only given if the offender has been violent or has threatened to be violent, and there is a reasonable chance that violence will occur in the future.
Breakthrough Family Law have many years of experience in successfully applying for injunctions (in particular, occupation and non-molestation orders) and defending individuals subject to injunction proceedings.
To enquire further about how to apply for an injunction make a free enquiry today.
Our specialist family law solicitors serve our clients across London, Bucks, Berks, Herts and Middlesex.
Some clients work with us remotely, others we can visit at home or they can visit our offices in Amersham, Beaconsfield, Berkhamsted, Chesham, Chorleywood, Gerrard’s Cross, High Wycombe, Rickmansworth or The Chalfonts.
Wherever you are, let Breakthrough Family Law provide you with the specialist advice that you need.