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Finding the courage to address domestic violence

On Behalf of | Feb 16, 2018 | Domestic Violence |

For some people, domestic violence can be so severe that victims are afraid to stand up for their rights. Some people who have been subjected to domestic violence in Florida and across the country may feel as if taking legal action or taking steps to protect themselves will only cause the abuse to worsen. If you or one of your family members are facing these hardships, it is important to find the courage to look into your different choices and properly address the problems. Sadly, some people have chosen to stay silent or allow mistreatment to continue for years, which can be especially concerning for those who have kids.

In some instances, a person may even be falsely accused of domestic violence and it can take courage for them to defend their rights and have their voice heard in court. Unfortunately, false domestic violence accusations are also very troubling and can turn the life of someone facing charges into total chaos. From affecting the outcome of a custody dispute to losing their job and having a shattered reputation, false domestic violence accusations are a very serious problem as well.

Regardless of the problems you are facing related to domestic violence, you should immediately assess your situation and speak up. Often, these cases can have a major impact on children and if you are a parent it is critical for you to protect your child’s interests. Browse to our domestic violence page to read more about allegations of intimate partner violence and related topics.

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