Are you feeling harassed, threatened, or stalked? A non-molestation order can help you regain your peace of mind.
We’re your McKenzie Friends, here to secure your non-molestation order and courtroom assistance. We understand the emotional toll – lean on us for unwavering support.
Can’t Afford a Lawyer? Get Help from a Mckenzie Friend
As a McKenzie Friend, we can help you apply for a non-molestation order and support you in court. We understand the emotional trauma that can be caused by harassment and intimidation, and we are here to support you every step of the way.
We clarify non-molestation orders, assess your eligibility, and provide alternatives like mediation.
We assist in gathering vital evidence, such as texts, emails, and witness statements, and guide you on presenting it effectively.
We simplify the court process, offer practice for your testimony, and ready you for potential questions.
We facilitate clear communication with the court and your ex-partner, aiding negotiation and settlements.
When immediate safety is a concern, we act swiftly to file for non-molestation orders, often securing them within 24 to 48 hours.
If circumstances change, you may need to alter or end an existing order. We provide legal guidance for varying or discharging non-molestation orders.
Sometimes, a temporary order is not enough. We can assist in extending your non-molestation order for continued protection.
If an existing order has been breached, we provide robust legal support to ensure that justice is served.
A non-molestation order is a legal provision that aims to protect individuals from harassment or physical abuse from a partner, former partner, or family member.
Non-molestation orders can be granted for up to six months, but they can be extended for longer if necessary.
If someone breaches a non-molestation order, they can be arrested and charged with a criminal offence.
A McKenzie Friend can help you with all aspects of your non-molestation order application, including gathering evidence, preparing your court case, and representing you in court.
You do not need a solicitor to go to court for a non-molestation order. You can represent yourself in court, or ask us to help you. As a McKenzie Friend, we can provide support and assistance to you in court if you are not represented by a lawyer.
Safety first. Get expert help with Non-Molestation Orders if your ex is harassing or intimidating you!