Other applications to the court that you might have to make during divorce proceedings
There are a number of other applications to the court that you might have to make during divorce proceedings.
Freezing injunctions are a special type of court order which restricts a party’s ability to deal with or dispose of their assets. If you have good reasons to suspect that your spouse is planning to move assets out of the country or to transfer them to friends, relatives or a trust then you can apply to the court to have those assets frozen. Read More
A non-molestation order (or “non-mol”) is one of the court’s key powers in cases involving domestic violence. The order prevents a person from harassing or threatening you. Depending on the drafting and the severity of your case, it can be used to prevent your spouse from contacting you or going near you. Read More
A Hadkinson order is a unusual order, but can be vital in the right circumstances. Where a party is in breach of court orders, for example to pay money or to provide disclosure, a Hadkinson order can stop them from bringing other applications and from being heard in proceedings. Read More