Injunctions in family and children cases – core principles, developments and updates 2022

Recorded on: 13/01/2022

A substantial part of the work of any family practitioner is to ensure that aspects of domestic abuse are recognised, addressed and appropriately dealt with.  Family cases involving domestic abuse need to be dealt with swiftly and thoroughly, and often within a very short period of time.

There will be cases where one needs to consider protection of people who are both associated and non-associated persons. Do you know when to apply and in what situations?

Are you familiar with other forms of personal protection through Stalking Protection Orders, domestic violence protection orders and those available through the Protection from Harassment Act 1997?

This webinar covers the existing law on domestic abuse, and considers some of the changes that will be brought in by the Domestic Abuse Act 2020.

There will be a particular focus on the following areas:

  • Running cases under the Family Law Act 1996
  • Non-Molestation Orders and Occupation Orders – Essential criteria
  • Applying for orders – Key criteria
  • Drafting orders – Use of standard forms and use of FL401 template
  • Enforcement – civil and criminal sanctions
  • Injunctions and cases involving children – PD12J
  • Protection from Harassment Act 1997 – Key aspects
  • Stalking Protection Orders
  • Forced marriage and FGM protection cases
  • Domestic Abuse Act 2020 – Key principles
  • Case law developments




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