One of the most common ways domestic violence convictions can affect a divorce proceeding is the right of child custody afforded to the abuser. Learn more here.
Divorce and Annulment
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Although the definition of domestic violence varies from state to state, it can commonly be understood to include any acts of actual or threatened abuse including physical, sexual, emotional or financial abuse, and threatening or intimidating behavior towards a spouse.