I fear that I'm a victim of domestic violence. What exactly constitutes domestic violence?
“I think I'm a victim of domestic violence. What exactly constitutes domestic abuse?"
Put a stop to your abuse by learning how to first file a temporary restraining order, and then making the order permanent.
"My husband will not see a marriage counselor, and he’s verbally abusive toward the children and…
Discover how the law in Georgia works to keep families safe from abuse.
My husband will not see a marriage counselor, and he’s verbally abusive toward the children and me. I want to make sure we’re safe, financially and emotionally, should divorce become our only option. What steps should I be taking now?
Getting legal counsel is important, but before that you want to make sure that you are safe from any possible harm.
Take action immediately and call the authorities as soon as you find out domestic violence is taking place. This article gives the ins and outs of how to deal with physical abuse, the victims, the perpetrators and the steps following the arrest.
Learn the effect of domestic violence and child custody/visitation, as well as asylum for immigrants who are victims of this. This article reveals the rights given to victims of domestic abuse.
Don't be a victim for any longer than you have to. Use this list of numbers to contact someone who can help you escape the violence and begin recovery, so you can find the happy, safe life you deserve.