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Domestic abuse can happen between couples, parents and their children, siblings or any other relations or people who live together
Domestic abuse is much more common than may be realised. It of course includes violence but may be in the form of other actions that can be very damaging both physically and emotionally. It could be in the form of intimidation, threats of violence, threatening children, controlling someone's movements or behaviour, verbally or psychologically abusing them, controlling finances and denying a person access to money.
Our experienced and understanding Solicitors are committed to helping the victims of domestic abuse, explaining the immediate steps that you can take to obtain protection from further abuse.
In some circumstances a warning letter from us can be enough to make someone realise that their behaviour is not acceptable. In other cases an application to the Court is necessary to protect the victim and any children.
A Court can order either or both of the following: