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What can be done to reduce domestic violence?

According to stats from the Bureau of Justice, the rate of domestic violence has been dropping. In 1994, it stood at 16 people out of every 1,000. In 2000, it was just under eight out of every 1,000 people. In 2010, it was just above four. Now, it’s worth noting that this only counted intimate partner […]

Staying safe when domestic violence strikes

When you’re the victim of physical domestic violence, experts note that there’s nothing more important than making sure you’re safe. The first thing you’re advised to do when you think you’re in danger is simply to call the police. They can help to put a stop to the violence, make an arrest if necessary, and gather evidence. […]

New hashtag aims to expose non-physical domestic violence

A new hashtag has been making the rounds lately on Twitter, and it is #MaybeHeDoesn’tHitYou. The point of the hashtag is to bring more light to the fact that a lot of domestic violence is not physical. While physical issues can sometimes be spotted–people are quick to notice a black eye–these other issues are often […]

TACTICS FOR PROVING YOU SUFFERED NON-PHYSICAL ABUSE

For those who suffered domestic violence and physical abuse, finding proof may not be that hard. Bruises and lacerations could tell the whole story. Phone calls and medical records could back it up. However, what about people who suffer emotional abuse, financial abuse, psychological abuse, or something else that doesn’t show up on the skin? There […]

WHY IS VIOLENCE CITED LESS NOW IN DIVORCE PROCEEDINGS?

Experts who have studied the reasons for divorce over the years have found an interesting trend: Domestic violence is cited in a far smaller percentage of divorce cases than it was in the past. These findings are noted all over the world. For instance, in the Netherlands from about 1945 to 1975, domestic violence was […]

PET ABUSE COMMON IN HOMES WITH DOMESTIC VIOLENCE

Sixty-eight percent of U.S. homes have a pet, according to the National Pet Owners Survey in 2013-2014. That is about 82.5 million homes, and in many of them, these pets are considered part of the family. It is estimated, however, that 48 to 71 percent of women who are abused by domestic violence also have […]

NEVER TOO LATE TO SEEK LEGAL ASSISTANCE IN DOMESTIC VIOLENCE CASE

Domestic violence occurring within the home is always caustic to any relationship, but it can be particularly disastrous for the development of any children exposed to it. Unfortunately, some spouses with children endure verbal and physical abuse for years hoping in vain that the situation will eventually get better. As time goes by, many of […]

UNDERSTANDING RELOCATION AND YOUR DOMESTIC VIOLENCE DIVORCE

Arizona family courts place a strong emphasis on allowing both parents sufficient opportunities to develop meaningful relationships with their children. Divorcing couples with children will usually receive some manner of custody, legal decision-making ability or parenting time visitation privileges unless other factors exist which may be detrimental to the children’s best interests. Arizona courts recognize domestic […]

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