Reasons someone might file false domestic violence charges

Reasons someone might file false domestic violence charges

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Are you someone that is falsely being accused of domestic violence? Perhaps you know that there was no crime, but someone is filing false charges against you. Research shows that this happens to over 30% of people in relationships. That is a staggeringly high number and in this blog post, we are going to highlight reasons someone might file false domestic violence charges. Because unfortunately, this is a position that many people are in.

There is no arguing that domestic violence is a serious charge and does occur frequently. Real domestic violence impacts the safety and lives of intimate partners and children when one partner physically harms and threatens his or her loved ones. However, there are many people that are falsely accused as well. Many innocent people are accused of domestic violence, despite never laying a hand on their spouse or children.  So, why would someone do this? Below are common reasons why someone might file false domestic violence charges.

  • A spouse wanting to get full custody of the children during a divorce.
  • An angry spouse hoping to get back at the other one after an argument.
  • One partner misinterpreting yelling, blocking or touching during a disagreement as domestic violence.

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You may lose the right to see your children and live in your home if your spouse falsely accuses you of domestic violence to authorities. And you may even face criminal repercussions. As a result, if you are facing accusations of domestic violence you will need the assistance of a legal counsel to protect your rights. Here at Starr Law, we understand that sometimes things can spiral out of your control. That is why we are here to help you through every step your legal process. For more information about our services, you can contact us at 214.982.1408 or visit our website here. We are here to help you.

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