Alexander JLO’s injunctive reliefs solicitors are experts in applying for court injunctions to deal with a wide variety of cases, while offering advice as to the potential consequences of such applications and advising as to merits. Our highly respected firm of London-based injunction solicitors, with offices in the Canary Wharf area of London Docklands, specialises in preparing strong and effective court injunction applications on our clients’ behalf, and presenting cases in a highly professional manner.
What is a Court Injunction?
The aim of a court injunction is to protect both adults and children from damaging activities, such as violence and harassment. These court orders prevent someone from doing something that is detrimental to someone else, and in a family law context are usually used for protection against domestic violence. Our aim is to work closely with you to quickly gain a thorough understanding of your case, to ensure that we present it accurately, and we guarantee that your court application will portray a precise representation of your case to the court.
Our Court Injunctions Services
By involving Alexander JLO’s experienced injunctive relief solicitors, your application will be presented in the strongest and most effective way to the court. The orders most commonly used in court injunction cases are outlined below.
A court injunction of this type is aimed at preventing your spouse, former spouse, partner or ex-partner from harassing you, your children or relatives. Molesting means harassing, pestering or intimidating and includes assault. In addition, a non-molestation court order can prevent your spouse, former spouse, partner or ex-partner from getting another person to molest or harass you.
This order stipulates who can live in the family home and can also restrict the Respondent to such an application from coming within a certain distance of the home. Likewise to Non-Molestation Orders, these applications can be made against your spouse or former spouse if you were married or against your partner or former partner in the event you were cohabiting. An occupation order can:
- Allow you to remain in your home when your partner is trying to get you to leave
- Allow you back into the home if your partner has already forced you to leave
- State that you and your partner must live in separate parts of the home
- Remove your partner from the home
- Restrict your partner from entering the surrounding area or coming near
We would be delighted to offer a free initial appointment to discuss your court injunction case; however we are unable to assist with Legal Aid applications.
FAQs about Court Injunctions