An injunction is a court order that prevents a named person from doing something. In family law proceedings, injunctions are usually used in two instances:
- to prevent a person from harassing or harming another (non-molestation)
- to prevent or regulate a person’s access to a property (occupation order)
In the event an injunction becomes necessary, urgent action is usually required in order to protect privacy or prevent a real risk of harm.
Our experienced family team will guide you through each step of the process with the minimum amount of fuss, so that you and your family can receive the protection you need as soon as possible.
When issues of privacy or defamation arise within family proceedings, our family lawyers will work together with our intellectual property department, so that any issues can be resolved as quickly as possible.