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Divorce and Domestic Violence


Domestic violence has plagued many layers of the society and is very persistent in nature. Domestic Violence in many cases has led to divorce and has also been the grounding factor for the spouse asking for divorce. Domestic violence covers various forms of abuse as physical torture and emotional hurt caused. Therefore Domestic Violence can be in form of threats of physical abuse, actual physical abuse, threatening phone calls, emotional abuse and any sort of disturbance caused at the spouse’s workplace.

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In the advent of domestic violence one partner would like to take control of the other partner’s life and dominate the partner in any possible manner. Domestic violence can occur between- partners who are married, heterosexual, gay, and lesbian, seperated, dating or even living together. There have also been cases of domestic violence between parents, siblings and children.

Domestic violence takes the shape of divorce in cases where the couple is married and share living space.

Some examples of domestic violence/ abuse include-

  1. Sexual assault or rape
  2. Stalking
  3. Intimidation
  4. Name calling
  5. Withholding money
  6. Actual or threatened physical harm
  7. Stopping a partner from getting or even retaining a job
  8. Not allowing partner to keep any sort of contact with friends or family

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Each state has its own stipulated laws in cases of domestic violence. The type of violence faced by the partner, would determine the punishment liable. Cases would be judged differently in different states.

Domestic violence maybe subject to both criminal punishment and civil punishment, since it is considered a crime and a civil offence. As a criminal punishment – a jail/prison term is finalised and as a civil punishment – money damages have to be met. In cases of domestic violence there has found to be no correlation between the educational level of the individual and no correlation with religion or race.

Victims of domestic violence can be of any culture, religion, education, employment and marital status. Victims can also be of any race, sex and age. The majority of victims in cases of domestic violence have been women.

If you have been a victim of domestic violence or you are presently being abused by your husband, it would be wise to get help as soon as possible. Do not fear the situation or fear your partner. You should take the required help from your state and fight your case.

In many states domestic violence is considered as a crime against the community. Since domestic violence is considered as a crime against the entire community, the case maybe subject to prosecution by the district attorney or by the city without the consent of the abused.

It is imperative to know how to recognize a case of domestic violence. If you feel that you are physically or emotionally abused by your husband, you should consult your legal attorney. Your legal attorney would be able to make you understand your case and where your case stands on legal grounds.


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