If you are a victim of domestic abuse or have been threatened with violence, our Family Law solicitors can advise you of the various options available to you.
If you are afraid that you are or someone you know is being forced into a marriage against your or their will, all you need to do is give us a call or email us and we’ll advise you of your options, expertly and confidentially.
If you feel you are in immediate danger, call 999 now.
Our dedicated team of specialist solicitors are able to support and help people who have been subject to domestic abuse. This also includes any children who might be involved in the situation. We enable you to receive the help and vital protection that you need.
You may be receiving abuse from a partner, an ex-partner, or other family member. The Family Law Act 1996 gives protection to anyone undergoing domestic abuse, and you can trust the Family Law Team at Ashmans Solicitors to act swiftly in applying for the relevant Emergency Order. The Order can even take effect without initially having to involve the abuser in proceedings, if necessary.
Below are listed the main areas of Domestic Abuse that Ashmans Solicitors can advise you on:
- Non-molestation Order
- Occupation Order
- Forced Marriage Protection Order
- Defending a Forced Marriage Application
Ashmans Solicitors Family Law Team will always want to secure the best possible outcome for you and your children. Our Solicitors have years of experience in applying for Emergency Court Orders and they will always guide you each step of the way through your stressful and difficult time.
Ashmans Solicitors hold a Legal Aid contract with the Legal Services Commission and we will advise you as to your eligibility for Legal Aid. If you are not eligible, we can offer you competitive rates and possibly even fixed fees, depending on your circumstances.
How To Contact Us
You are welcome to Contact Ashmans Solicitors for a free, no-obligation enquiry – all enquiries are welcome. We have offices in: Central London and East London, Dewsbury, Sheffield, Huddersfield and Leeds.
Please use the Contact Us form regarding your Domestic Abuse query, being as detailed as possible.
To help us answer you quickly, you’ll need to first describe the issue you’re having – then tell us what you want to achieve.