If you’ve suffered domestic violence and abuse, the specialist team here at Gorvins Solicitors can help you. Our team has many years of experience in dealing with domestic violence cases and we’re here to provide you with both a sympathetic ear and consummate professionalism.
Taking a stand against domestic violence is frequently traumatic but it is essential, and that’s why the Gorvins Family Law team is sure to handle your case with the utmost sensitivity and consideration.
Call us on 0343 507 5151, e-mail email@example.com or complete our online form for a confidential discussion if you are the victim of domestic violence.
At Gorvins, we take cases involving emotional and mental abuse every bit as seriously as cases which involve physical violence. Both can have severe long-term repercussions for the victims, adversely affecting their ability to lead a normal everyday life. Our team of experts will do everything in their power to minimise the stress involved and ensure that any abuse is brought to a stop as quickly as possible.
We have extensive experience in a range of areas related to domestic violence and abuse, including:
Over the years, Gorvins has established a well-earned reputation for handling domestic violence cases with compassion as well as with skill. There are a number of areas in which we can help you if you’re faced with the threat of domestic violence. These include:
At Gorvins, we’ve had many successes in obtaining occupation and non-molestation orders, and we understand the need to act quickly in these circumstances and can obtain an emergency order if appropriate. Of course, we understand that each individual case is unique and that there’s no one-size-fits-all solution to domestic violence. That’s why we adapt our approach according to the individual circumstances of each particular case, and will endeavour to make the process as stress free as possible.
Speak to one of our specialist family solicitors today on 0345 507 5151, e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org or fill in our online form at the top of this page.
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