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What evidence is needed to apply for a non-molestation order?



Wed 3 January 2024 What evidence is needed to apply for a non-molestation order?

There is no single piece of evidence that guarantees being granted a Non-molestation order ("NMO") by the court. so it's important to build a strong case requires demonstrating a real and immediate risk of harm. Compelling evidence may be in the form of :-

Court Process

Your NMO application will be heard by a judge in a private family court hearing. Be prepared for the following:

The Court's Approach

The court takes NMO applications seriously, prioritising the safety and well-being of the applicant. Judges assess each case based on the balance of probabilities:

The court also considers any history of violence or controlling behavior by the respondent and the potential impact of an NMO on both parties.


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