Types of domestic violence
Domestic violence is classified as any violent or aggressive behavior taking place within a home which is common in many households.
There are different forms of domestic violence. These are:
The following are forms of domestic violence that can unfold in the following manner:
- Hysteria and throwing objects around
- Sexual abuse/assault
- Domineering behavior/controlling etc
These behavior habits are serious cases of abuse and the perpetrator should be taken to task for such inhumane acts. Our Lawyer Pty Ltd are professional legal experts in Family law and can advise you with the best legal advice for the way forward. Call our law offices on 021 424 3487 for an online appointment today for a professional legal consultation. Do not hesitate to give us a call!
Domestic Violence abuse signs
Are you feeling like you’re stuck in a vicious cycle of abuse? Do you feel like you’re being abused by your partner in anyway?
Over the years, we have witnessed extreme cases of abuse whereby most woman settle for an abusive relationship. While dealing with so many cases, we found the following tell-tale signs of abuse:
- Constantly humiliate and belittle them
- Feel scared of your partner and scared of standing up for yourself
- Yell at them and put them down
- Keep you away from friends and family
- Make you feel as though you’re mad and imagining things
- Minimize your personal views and accomplishments
- Treat you as an object and not a human being
This is a sad state of affairs as children suffer the most in the process. Children are being subjected to abuse and violence from an early age and our role is to educate victims about their legal rights. Find out more about the Children’s Act which contains free, expert legal advice for the layperson. Call our offices today!
Domestic violence Act South Africa regulations
When it comes to domestic abuse, woman and children seem to be the key victims in domestic violence. The Act itself allows them the right to protect themselves. The Act aims to offer woman the legal support they require to put an end to the vicious cycle.
One of the most effective ways of executing a legal action to protect yourself is a protection order or restraining order or domestic violence interdict.
Feel free to click on the links below for free, expert legal advice:
- Domestic Violence Questions and Answers
- How to make domestic violence application.
- I’m in a physically abusive relationship. Help from abuse.
- The Law Regarding Children- Children’s Act 38 of 2005
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