When you’re in a scary situation, you need to be able to rely on the law to protect you. This is particularly true when you’re at risk of domestic violence.
How can you minimize the risk of ongoing domestic violence after a divorce? The trick is to understand the legal resources that are available to you and make the best use of them.
When the #MeToo movement began trending on social media toward the end of 2017, it shook the bedrock of male-dominated industries. But what does this mean for marriages in America?
Whether or not you can prove your sexual assault allegations case with evidence in divorce court, a compassionate judge may grant you the ruling you request in an attempt to keep you safe and give you peace of mind.
Prepare to leave your abuser ahead of time to protect yourself and your assets. Your abuser may become violent and is likely to take financial assets or destroy evidence of abuse or infidelity. Take steps to protect yourself, your children, your assets and your credit. Stay safe when he is being served with the divorce complaint.
The tragic tale of Dr. Elana Fric Shamji illustrates why victims of domestic violence shouldn’t file for divorce until they’ve secured a safe place for themselves and their children.
It WON’T be easy, but it WILL be worth it.
How to keep yourself safe and start a new life when exiting a controlling and violent marriage.
Negative emotions can lead to rash behaviors and bad decisions during the divorce process. Therapy can be a good solution to find support and to manage negative emotions during divorce.
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