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Does Animal Abuse Link with Domestic Violence?

Since domestic violence is rooted in one person’s need for power and control over another person in a relationship, it’s not surprising that abusive behavior toward animals is often found to go hand in hand with domestic violence. In fact, abuse of family pets can often be a warning sign that family members are either...

What Starts Domestic Violence In A Relationship?

No one really has a firm answer to this question, but many experts agree that certain warning signs are often present in a relationship before domestic violence becomes a reality.  Domestic violence is about power and control. It is a pattern of behavior within an intimate relationship in which the perpetrator may engage in a...

Domestic Violence During the Holidays: Strategies for Safety

Domestic violence is a threat during the entire year, but incidents of domestic abuse increase during the holidays. Think about it: During what other part of the year are stressors like unrealistic expectations, financial pressures, anxiety and depression, and/or exposure to toxic family dynamics any higher? Add extra holiday alcohol consumption to the stewpot of...

A parenting plan is a critical component of any divorce involving children.  As defined by Florida Statute 61.046(14), it is a document created to govern the relationship between the parents relating to decisions that must be made regarding the minor child.  The parenting plan must include a time-sharing schedule for the parents and the child....

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