What Evidence Do You Need For An Injunction?

What evidence do you need for a non molestation order?

In order to progress with an application for Legal Aid you will need evidence of your financial circumstances including bank statements and wage slips/evidence of benefits.

Your solicitor will advise you specifically about this according to your circumstances..

Do you need a solicitor to get an injunction?

Although you can apply for an injunction yourself, you might find it helpful to have legal advice. It is best to get a solicitor who has a lot of experience with domestic abuse cases, and who is likely to understand all the issues.

How do you seek an injunction?

An injunction begins with a petition requesting the court to grant injunctive relief. Because the petition is usually the beginning of a lawsuit, you will be required to pay a filing fee. Depending on the extent of the legal remedy you are requesting, the court may also require you to post a bond.

What does it mean to seek an injunction?

Definition: An injunction is a court order requiring a person to do or cease doing a specific action. There are three types of injunctions: Permanent Injunctions,Temporary restraining orders and preliminary injunctions.

What evidence do I need for an occupation order?

Evidence by you You will need to make a sworn statement to the court about the physical and emotional abuse you have experienced physically and emotionally, including the dates and times and the effects on you and your children.

Does a non molestation order mean no contact?

Examples of what a non-molestation order might include: Your abuser must not be violent, threaten violence, intimidate, pester or harass you. Your abuser must not contact you by telephone, email, social media or in person. Your abuser must not attend or contact for any reason your place of work.