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There are a number of issues that families may have to deal with on a regular basis. Some parents may find themselves in court constantly battling over child custody and support while others may have to deal with domestic violence. No family legal issue is easy to deal with, but when there is violence occurring in the home, it is important to put it to a stop.

Domestic violence can occur in many forms, but it is common for people to experience physical and emotional abuse. No matter what form domestic violence takes, it is something that should not be happening, especially if there are children involved who are also victims or witnessing this abuse. Abuse should not be tolerated, and in order for it to end, victims may have to take action to keep themselves and their children safe.

Those who are being abused may feel as though there is nothing they can do. They should know there are options. Not only can they get a temporary restraining order against their abuser, they can also file a complaint against them. If the complaint is found to have merit, the abuser may have to answer in court for their acts of abuse. Depending on how many domestic violence convictions this person already has, they may receive a harsher sentence than they have in the past. The goal here is to show them that this type of behavior is not acceptable nor will it be tolerated.

Domestic violence is a serious family law issue that must be addressed. Even though victims may be afraid to take action against their abusers, it is something they may have to do in order to end the violence. If you are a victim of domestic violence, consider speaking to an attorney who can help you file a claim against your abuser and put a stop to the abuse.

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