Our expert says:
If he is foolish enough to be taking CAT then he is well worth avoiding. And of course she should get a restraining order against him and have it enforced. It's a legal question, though as to whether you or someone else can apply on her behalf. If he gets angry at the existence of an order, he won't be likely to bother whether she or someone else requested it, and it would surely require evidence from her of why she has such good reason to fear him. It should add to her safety, so long as she will call the police if he arrives home or contacts her and makes threats. I doubt you can apply for such an order for her and long-distance. I think it can be done at low or no cost if she goes to the magistrate's court, but otherwise she might need a lawyer to help her.
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