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  • Can You File an Injunction for Domestic Violence Against Your Spouse When You’re Still Married?
    Can You File an Injunction for Domestic Violence Against Your Spouse When You’re Still Married?

    Domestic violence can happen at any point in a relationship. In the U.S. alone, 24 people per minute are victims of domestic violence by an intimate partner. If you are married and experience domestic ...

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  • How Domestic Violence Injunctions Affect Child Visitation Rights
    How Domestic Violence Injunctions Affect Child Visitation Rights

    Many instances of domestic violence , unfortunately, occur within marriages. When a victim of domestic violence decides to get out of the marriage, many times the victim will request a restraining ...

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  • What Happens When A Married Couple Accuse Each Other of Domestic Violence?
    What Happens When A Married Couple Accuse Each Other of Domestic Violence?

    Nearly 1 in 4 women and 1 in 7 men experience physical violence in a relationship at some point in their lives. In fact, domestic violence accounts for about a quarter of all violent victimization. ...

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  • Evidence Required to File a Domestic Violence Injunction in Florida
    Evidence Required to File a Domestic Violence Injunction in Florida

    Injunctions for the protection of domestic violence is an order filed in civil court that allows for the provision of protection from physical abuse from a member of a household or family member. Also ...

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  • Does Child Support Always Stop When Your Child Turns 18?
    Does Child Support Always Stop When Your Child Turns 18?

    While it is mainly true that child support ends when a child turns 18 years old, this is not always the case. There are certain circumstances that can extend the length of child support. Child Support ...

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  • What Happens When You Stop Making Child Support Payments in Florida?
    What Happens When You Stop Making Child Support Payments in Florida?

    Each U.S. state dictates how child support should be enforced. Child support is usually ordered by the court to be paid by the parent that does not have physical custody to the one that does. This ...

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