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Changes In The California Domestic Violence Laws

https://www.nocuffs.com - Accusations of domestic violence are not uncommon during a divorce. Though violence is the reason stated for 22 percent of divorces, and three million women a year are victims of domestic violence, some women make exaggerated or misleading claims of domestic violence as a way to gain an advantage in divorce and/or custody proceedings. Many men lose access to their children as a result of false domestic violence charges but, with an expert criminal defense attorney on your side, you don't have to become a part of the statistic. Domestic violence accusations, regardless if it is an allegation, arrest or conviction, can majorly impact divorce proceedings -- particularly when it comes to child custody issues. This is a serious danger for all men, but especially for men in the military -- a conviction of domestic violence during a divorce cannot only affect child custody and outcome of the divorce, but it can cause military men to lose their jobs. While domestic violence is a real issue in many divorce cases, sometimes the accusations are false. Divorcing couples are often involved in messy disputes -- some that may lead to an angry spouse claiming abuse out of frustration. If you believe you've been falsely accused of domestic violence, it's crucial to seek the help of a qualified criminal defense attorney who will work to protect your rights. Protective Orders Also referred to as restraining orders, protective orders may be granted to women during a divorce. If granted, a father may be ordered to stay away from his children-- including being prohibited to enter his own home or visit his children at school or other public areas. In some cases, men with restraining orders filed against them may also be required to attend counseling or anger management classes. A father with a restraining order against him will likely have a difficult time fighting for custody and visitation rights to his children. In some cases, restraining orders may last

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