Protection from Harassment
Harassment can range from persistent unwanted communication, such as repeated phone calls or emails, to more severe forms of intimidation and stalking. Actions like following someone, making threats, or distributing personal information without consent constitute harassment. Cyber harassment, including online trolling and cyberstalking, also falls within this scope. The law recognises that harassment can cause significant distress and harm to individuals, irrespective of the medium or method used. As such, varying degrees of harassment are addressed through legal channels to protect victims’ rights and well-being.
Bryan & Armstrong can help victims of harassment by obtaining injunctions, such as non-molestation orders and occupation orders, to safeguard them from further harm. We will assess each case, gathering evidence and drafting compelling legal documents to present to the court. We can represent clients during hearings, advocating for their rights and safety. Additionally, Bryan & Armstrong can liaise with relevant authorities, such as the police and social services, to ensure comprehensive protection measures are in place.
Bryan & Armstrong can support you with all aspects of family law, from divorce, domestic abuse, legal aid, unmarried couple disputes, arrangements for children and starting a new relationship
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