Our aim is to provide assistance and emergency court representation, where required, to vulnerable victims of domestic abuse, including women and children, with a view to eradicating domestic abuse nationally. Our reach is expanding and our goal is to provide our service on a national scale.
We strive to establish a better future for victims of domestic abuse, based on equality and freedom and have resolved to assist and represent all victims of domestic abuse, regardless of their means and financial circumstances.
HOW WE CAN HELP YOU
- Access to a specialist solicitor the same day of contact;
- We are able to offer legal aid to those clients which are eligible;
- We will use our best endeavours to obtain the necessary emergency orders the same day where possible or within 24 hours at the latest;
- Obtain Emergency Non-Molestation orders the same day
- Protection against violence or threats of violence from the perpetrator
- Prevent all forms of communication from the perpetrator
- Exclude the perpetrator from coming near an address
- Protection on behalf of children.
- Obtain Emergency Occupation orders:
- Prevent the perpetrator from occupying the former family home
- Grant a victim the right to occupy the family home without interference
- The perpetrator shall pay towards the financial upkeep of the former family home
- We will serve the court documents upon the perpetrator in accordance with the court requirements.
We have helped develop a collaborative approach with various organisations and firms of solicitors with the aim of helping eradicate domestic abuse.
A Luton solicitors is giving domestic violence a red card, offering free drop-in advice and health clinics for victims. Morgan & Wiseman solicitors, Alma Street, has joined a campaign to highlight the rise in domestic violence during the Football World Cup.
According to a 2013 Lancaster University study of 2002, 2006 and 2010 World Cups, domestic violence reports rose 26 per cent when the English team won, and 38 per cent when they lost. Shahid Shoeb, partner at Morgan & Wiseman, said: “It’s ironic that the beautiful game which brings joy to so many also has a dark side. Specialising in domestic violence cases, we see first hand the horror and torment that victims suffer.”