An injunction is a Court order that requires someone to do or not to do something. Under Part IV Family Law Act 1996 a person can apply for an injunction if they have been a victim of domestic abuse. There are two main types of injunctions in Family Law proceedings:
Family law solicitors know that separation and divorce enquiries spike when couples spend longer together, such as during school holidays and over Christmas. During lockdowns, couples have no breathing space and this places an enormous strain on relationships. Financial concerns add to the pressure as people find themselves worrying about job security, furlough or redundancy.