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We are specialist domestic abuse and violence solicitors offering clear, confidential and independent advice by Zoom or telephone appointments. 

 

How it works

Book your preferred meeting type, Zoom videocall or a regular telephone call. Pick a time and date to suit you and pay online via credit/debit card or PayPal and receive an email confirmation of your booking. For discretion and confidentiality the payment will appear as D.A.L. on your card statement. 

For a Zoom videocall appointment you will be emailed a link and password to the Zoom meeting. On the time and date of your meeting just click on the link and enter the unique meeting password and your solicitor will be there to meet you. Don't worry if you don't have Zoom, it is free to use and you don't have to download it. The email confirmation will give full details on how to connect to your appointment.

For a telephone call appointment your solicitor will call you at the appointment time on the phone number you provide during the booking process. If you prefer to be called via WhatsApp or similar please let us know during the booking process or via email. 
 

In the email confirmation we will include details of your solicitor and how to send us any relevant information and paperwork on your case that you wish to discuss.

We will send an appointment reminder 24 hours before your meeting time.   

After the meeting we will send a follow up email confirming the issues raised and advice given, with further steps to be considered. We will also provide useful documents and information from our library to assist your case.

 

Why book an appointment?

  • Knowledge is power, cut your stress with specialist legal advice.

  • We can consider your documents and provide advice on any aspect of your case.

  • Follow up email confirming issues raised and advice given, with further steps to consider and documents and information from our library. 

  • Dedicated solicitor assigned to you throughout your case.

  • Experienced solicitor only service, no paralegals or advisors.

  • We only deal with domestic violence cases.

  • We only work for you and aim to get you the best possible outcome.

  • Our advice is clear, confidential and targeted to your goals.  

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Who are we?

We are solicitors that specialise in legal advice on all issues of domestic abuse and violence. Each of our solicitors has at least 15 years of experience in matters of domestic violence and abuse, which is why we understand both sides of a case.

 

Our aim is to fight for you. Whichever side you are on we understand how important your case is. We want the best possible outcome as quickly as possible so that your life can move on again.

We pride ourselves on offering an all solicitor service, there is far too much at stake to leave it to unqualified advisors, paralegals, trainees, legal aid solicitors or general crime solicitors.

If you are a victim - Why book an appointment?

 

Advice for victims can include:

  • Has an offence been committed?

  • What is the law on any offence – what needs to be proven to trigger an arrest or conviction?

  • What powers do the police have?

  • Can the police arrest the suspect? What will happen if they do?

  • What happens after the police arrest a suspect? Will I be protected?

  • What can I do if a suspect breaches a bail condition?

  • Will the case go to court? Do I have to attend? Will I be protected?

  • Can I drop the case? Will I get in trouble if I don’t go to Court?

  • Can I get a non-molestation or restraining order? What happens if it is breached?

  • Consideration of paperwork

  • Advice on criminal and civil procedures

  • Advice on criminal offences

  • Advice on police station and court procedures

  • Advice on gathering and presenting evidence to help a criminal or civil investigation

  • Signposting to other organisations that can offer advice and support

Follow up email confirming issues raised and advice given, with further steps to consider and documents and information from our library. Book now.

If you are a suspect - Why book an appointment?

Advice for suspects can include:

  • What is the law? Am I at risk of arrest or prosecution?

  • What are the defences to any offence?

  • Advice on your police station or Court case.

  • How to handle a police interview.

  • Consideration of police or court paperwork.

  • What do I do if I get charged or a Court Summons?

  • What happens at Court? How should I plead?

  • What needs to be proved?

  • How do I defend and present my case?

  • What sentence could I get?

  • What happens in a Trial?

  • Advice on police station and court procedures, including bail conditions.

  • Advice on gathering and presenting evidence to help stop a criminal case as soon as possible.

  • How to make a counter claim against your accuser.

  • Implications for a DBS check and your employment.

  • Your rights on appealing conviction or sentence.

  • How to change or remove bail conditions.

  • How to change or remove a restraining or non-molestation order.

  • Signposting to other organisations that can offer advice and support.

Follow up email confirming issues raised and advice given, with further steps to consider and documents and information from our library. Book now.

CONTACT ME

 ​​Tell me about your issue and I will contact you

London, UK

Email: info@domesticabuselaw.co.uk 

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