The significance of serving a ‘Non-Molestation Order' Process Server London Office

These injunctions are meant to provide safety for those who have been threatened with harm.

Where a respondent (person who has been served a ‘Non-Molestation Order’) breaks a ‘Non- Molestation Order’ they can be arrested; thus preventing you from harm, and further threat.

How to Serve Non-Molestation Order
Process Serving Legal Documents

We work directly with the applicant or their solicitor who will instruct us to serve the documents.

Once ordered by a judge, a ‘Non-Molestation Order’ is then served by a Process Server in order to come into effect.

Process servers are highly-skilled individuals who have the insight and judgement necessary to serve on behalf of victims of abuse.

They do this by serving legal documents to perpetrators enabling the ‘Non-Molestation Order’ ordered by a judge to come into effect. They do so in a sensitive and efficient way, reflecting the severity of the issue at hand.

‘Non-Molestation Orders’ then require the statement served by a Process Server in order to come into effect, and doing so helps prevent further harm to those who seek them, so ensures that they can quickly come into force.

An injunction is a court order that either:

Protects you or your child so a ‘non-molestation order’

The ‘occupation order’ decides who can live in the family home or enter the surrounding area.

To apply for a ‘Non-Molestation Order’ is free, but you will need to pay if you hire a solicitor,

in order to help you and for a Process Server to serve it.

To apply by yourself, please see here:

Once you have your order, issued by a judge, contact one of our Process Servers at the UK National Process Servers.



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We have discreet experienced male and female associates Nationwide who can find and serve ‘Non-Molestation Orders’; thus protecting victims from harm.

T. 0333 242 0630


The lockdown period has increased the necessity of protection from domestic abuse, and I’m glad to be a part of it. We receive calls and emails from applicants who are literally in the waiting room at the family court waiting for their order to be typed so that we can arrange to serve the order as soon as possible.

We hope this information helps you and please do not hesitate to contact us if you have any questions.

Emma Loffler,

The UK National Process Servers

London Office