Protection orders should be obtained when there is a risk of harm to one person within a relationship, or when you feel unsafe. If you, or your children, have been the victim of domestic violence we can help you apply for a protection order, and also advise you if you feel that your protection order is not being respected. This can include either physical or psychological threats. This is obviously a difficult and sensitive topic, however we can assist you with understanding and empathy for your situation.
We can also advise you if you have had a protection order made against you which you feel is unwarranted.
We can also assist you with obtained a court order to appoint a welfare guardians and/or property managers where there is a concern that a loved one no longer possesses the ability to manage their own affairs and welbeing. In legal terms, this involves an assessment by a medical proffessional as to whether the person now lacks capacity. This is can be a difficult and complicated scenatio, however our team of experts can advise you with empathy and discretion.
Don’t hesitate to reach out to the team directly or if you’re not sure who best to contact, reach out to us via our contact us page.