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Economic abuse most common form of domestic violence

It's a problem that is typically hidden behind closed doors. Domestic violence can occur in any California neighborhood. It does not discriminate based upon age, race or even economic level. However, one thing that it does do is cause harm to all of those affected by it.

Domestic violence and its effects on children

Although divorce is often the preferred option, many California couples decide to stay together for the sake of the children. Sometimes, this might be a good idea. However, in many instances this line of thinking can actually do more harm than good. One such situation is when domestic violence is involved.

Domestic violence is a primary health concern

Most people like to be in control. They like to be in control of their present circumstances, their future and their finances. For the average California resident, this desire to be in control is a good thing; however, when this need to control extends to controlling others, there is a possibility that it can turn into domestic violence.

Financial abuse can be a form of domestic violence

The family next door appears to be an average, loving family. However, no one really knows what goes on behind those closed doors. Unfortunately, for some California families, appearances are deceiving. What appears on the surface to be a loving family is actually one embroiled in domestic violence.

Domestic violence: Physical, emotional or financial abuse

It happens on a daily basis across California and the country in general. One never knows what actually happens behind the closed door of another's home; however, behind many of these doors, domestic violence is an issue. In fact, the month of October has been named as "Domestic Violence Awareness Month" in at least one California county.

California: Domestic violence is not acceptable

Each California couple's relationship has a different set of dynamics. Some couples enjoy going out to dinner and enjoying a night on the town. Other couples prefer to stay in and enjoy home-cooked meals and watch television or play cards. Whether married or dating, California spouses often spend time enjoying each other's company. However, sometimes, the dynamic takes a negative turn and domestic violence becomes an issue.

Amber Heard accuses Johnny Depp of ongoing domestic violence

A lot of publicity has been given to the news of the reported divorce filing of Johnny Depp and Amber Heard. Along with the day-to-day details of what would normally be private affairs, reports of domestic violence were allegedly made to the Los Angeles Police Department. While some may believe that these are unfounded allegations, domestic violence is a very real threat to many marriages, including those in California.

Accusations of domestic violence need to be dealt with quickly

As a result of an increased awareness of the abuse that occurs in some California homes, law enforcement agencies take accusations of abuse seriously. Quick responses from police have undoubtedly saved a number of people, including children, from domestic violence. However, that same zeal can also embroil an innocent person in the criminal justice and civil court systems.

Victim of domestic violence faces child abuse charges

It can be difficult to identify the signs of domestic abuse because perpetrators are often charming and convincing when exerting power over their prey. In an ongoing case in another state, a woman and her daughter have had their relationship challenged even though they were the victims to the violence of their husband and father, respectively. In California, or any state, when children are involved, there are numerous victims when domestic violence occurs.

Undetected domestic violence leads to woman's death

Victims of domestic violence often find it challenging to come forward to make an accusation or get help. Abusers may use subtle tactics to gain control of someone else, though often the violence is more obvious, like with physical abuse. In California, a woman was recently a victim of physical domestic violence, and she was ultimately killed without her neighbors or friends knowing what was happening right under their noses.

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