Molestation & Occupation

Molestation & Occupation

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Members of Chambers offer advice, assistance and representation in proceedings for non-molestation orders and occupation orders.

Where in a relationship, one party is subjected to domestic violence, the Court can grant a non-molestation order to prohibit that molestation or interference. Where there is a relevant property, the Court can make a occupation order, regulating who may live in that property, and where necessary, removing a party from that property. 

At 33 Bedford Row Chambers, our specialist family team has extensive experience in dealing with applications for non-molestation orders and occupation orders, and they can act quickly when circumstances demand it. Applications can be made and interim orders obtained without giving the other party notice that such proceedings are to be commenced. Orders can be obtained to protect the victim and any relevant child. 

Molestation & Occupation Barristers