Domestic violence and emotional abuse are behaviors used by one person against another, in a relationship to dominate the other. It can happen to anyone, yet sometimes the problem is overlooked or excused. Domestic abuse including physical violence is termed as domestic violence. To safeguard the victims of domestic violence, family laws have been introduced. Family law can be defined as legal practice that covers the domestic relations. Domestic violence covers a large variety of the topics and issues from marriage and divorce to the child custody and domestic violence.
There is an entire set of laws governing that ensures to resolve the complications, such as child custody and child support, alimony, division of the property and the assets. Marriage commitment is a not only a sacred vow made between man and wife before God but also it is a legal binding contract as well. Under which two people have mutual consent to share every part of their lives together including the parenting responsibilities, finances, properties and the debts. Domestic violence is the biggest reason of marriage dissolution in the society.
When the relationship between husband and the wife gets badly affected or if they plan to think of a split, then the complications of the child custody is primary concern. Domestic violence may refer to any type of physical violence including: hitting with an open hand, punching, pushing, shoving, kicking, striking with an object, choking or spousal rape .When these actions are taken out against your spouse or a perfect strange are considered illegal and are punishable to the full extent of the law.