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Please make abuse count

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10 Jan 17 #487343 by Daffodil123
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I was assaulted by my x husband and it feels so unfair that it does not count.
He frightened and broke my youngest toys,
he still maintains it was my fault, as I verbally abused him for years.
We were all frightened by him, and acknowledgement of this would help victims both children and adults to move on.
I am so glad we are not in the same house as him. :S

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17 Jan 17 #487544 by Jo1234
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I might be wrong but I thought assault or violence was one thing that the courts did take into account.

In a world of abuse, verbal mental and physical it all affects kids no matter which party inflicts it.

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17 Jan 17 #487547 by Bubblegum11
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It can count when deciding child arrangements
It can count when petitioning grounds for divorce and getting legal aid
But it's very unlikely to matter when deciding finances.

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