I can advise and guide you
on the best steps to take to address the problem.
Violence at home is more common than many people think. It can be actual physical blows or threats, but may also consist of psychological abuse, control and other non-physical behaviour.
Nobody should be expected to tolerate mental or physical violence in a relationship and there are many legal steps that can be taken to protect a partner or a child who is subject to actual or threatened violence or abuse.
If you are worried about violence in your relationship, and can tell me about your situation, I can advise and guide you on the best steps to take to address the problem.
Steps can often be taken very quickly, using a range of legal tools including orders forbidding the offending behaviour, excluding a violent partner from the family home and powers of arrest if a court order is broken.
What can you do to help yourself?