Domestic Abuse and ViolenceSadie Moden2023-06-27T14:07:11+00:00
What is domestic abuse and violence?
Domestic abuse is an incident or repeating incidents of a person’s controlling, coercive, threatening, degrading and violent behaviour, including sexual violence, over others. Domestic violence and abuse can happen to both men and women.
Control over others
Abuse can rip a family apart, can cause untold long-term damage and can result in death.
It can include stalking, harassment, rape, assault, genital mutilation, forced marriage and honour-based abuse as well as trafficking.
Court of Protection
We can work on behalf of solicitors in relation to the Court of Protection process.
We have a nationwide network of dedicated Process Servers who are able to effect service of Non-Molestation Orders on the perpetrators of abuse throughout the country.
Our mandate is quite clear, and we are fully committed to playing our part in helping victims of domestic violence and abuse during such difficult times.
Can we help you?
Contact us on 01392 278612 to discuss your requirements, such as effecting service of Non-Molestation Orders.
We will give you a no-obligation quote. If you decide to proceed, our network of private investigators and process servers will begin their work immediately.
Based throughout the UK, our network of private detectives and investigators are resourceful, inquisitive and patient. Utilising their communication and decision-making skills, they gather the right information in a legal, professional and timely manner on behalf of our clients.