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Hi, I'm Lea
Are you saying that the solicitors are asking for an undertaking even though there is already a non molestation order in place?
It may be useful to post up their email to you.
When does the order expire?
When is the hearing?
You may as well wait for the hearing to put your side across. I cannot see the benefit in you giving an undertaking when there is already an order in place - it defeats the purpose of the undertaking. A judge would not accept both - it has to be one or the other.
It can, but it's a bit perverse to do so, as if there is a NMO in place, it comes with a power of arrest, whereas an undertaking does not, so therefore adds absolutely nothing to the situation.
Thank you for your email. I'm content to put my case to the court as I want the NMO removed.
You're very welcome.
All the best.