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What Our Clients Say
Dear John, thank you so much for representing me and your help with writing my statement. I would like to say how much I appreciate you spending time talking to me after the hearing. I will always remember what you did to protect my Kids.Ms B.
Thanks again for everything, you have been completely brilliant not just in your legal expertise and clear pragmatic guidance, but also in supporting me to handle a difficult process as well as possible, with dignity. You have always enabled me to achieve my priority of keeping the boys best interests at the forefront but also rightly encouraged me to look towards providing an appropriately secure position for myself for the future.Ms S.
Thank you for your tremendous help.Thankful Client
I am entirely satisfied with the experience. Lisa's service was exemplary. I wish all Solicitors were like that.Client of Lisa Miller
I think the service provided was excellent. Lisa knew her stuff, told it as it is and did not flower it up.Client of Lisa Miller
A very big thank you for all your hard work and time over the hardest nine months of our family life.Anonymous in relation to John Brimble
I am absolutely delighted that the Decree Absolute has arrived and am very grateful for the high level of service you provided during this slow and exasperating divorceAnonymous, Family Law
Thank you for your help and encouragement and thank your colleague Karen too for being so efficient.Ms L.
I thank you with absolute grace for your help and support. I understand that you are merely carrying out a job, but you have been exceptional; and I'm sure my little girl will agree that the fight has been more than worth itClient of Moira Reynolds
Excellent, friendly service. Very helpful and empathetic.Ms L.
First of all, I want to thank you unequivocally from the bottom of my heart for everything you have done for me with regards to the contact matter, I know I have paid you for the privilege but I never expected that result today, I’m literally blown away, shaking, and still in shock.Client of Lisa Miller
All good businesses start at the front desk and everybody was kind, friendly and attentive. All are a credit to Pardoes, a great team.Family client
Domestic Abuse, Harrasment & Stalking
It can be difficult to leave a relationship, even an abusive one, due to commitments to children or financial reasons. If you're in this position (whether you're married or not) you'll be glad to know, legal help is available.
By applying for an injunction on your behalf, we can protect you and your children quickly. If necessary an order can be sought within hours of your first visit to our specialist team and your former partner doesn’t always have to be told in advance of your application to the court. An injunction is a court order that tells your former partner what they can or cannot do and which can provide for their arrest if the order is broken. The court can make orders to stop violent and threatening behaviour towards you and your children. It can also remove your former partner from your home and prevent them from coming back.
The solicitors in our Family Law team who work in this area have years of experience and can tell you immediately what options may be open to you and how you can fund any proceedings. We have extensive, well established links with public agencies enabling us to obtain outside support for you if necessary.
We are experts in domestic violence law. By applying for an injunction on your behalf, we can protect you and your children quickly. It is an order that tells a person what they can or cannot do. The perpetrator can be arrested if he/she breaks the order. The two types of court order injunctions are:
As well as prohibiting harassment and intimidation, this stops violent and threatening behaviour towards you.
This states who can live in a property and can remove the perpetrator from your home.
Our Family Law team has a reputation which is second to none in this field. We have extensive, well established links with public agencies enabling us to obtain outside support for you if necessary.
If you need help regarding Domestic Abuse, Harrasment or Stalking contact one of our Family Team on 01823 446200. Alternatively, freephone 0800 862 0442 or complete our online enquiry form and we'll contact you as soon as possible.
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