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Domestic Violence

Members of the military in Florida and other parts of the USA are under the Federal military codes, and this includes cases in which domestic violence is involved. Divorce cases can frequently include accusations of domestic violence, and if the abuser is a member of the military, they will also be under the military codes relating to spousal or domestic abuse. When an individual is accused of domestic violence, the military is required to refer the case to "Family Advocacy" which works on the case to protect the abused among other actions. The abuser may be forced to live in the barracks until the situation is resolved, or the abused family member(s) may move to another location under an assumed name. The military justice system also comes in use under circumstances of domestic violence, and a protective order may be issued by the system.

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Florida laws are also very strict with regard to domestic violence, and if you are a victim of this situation, it is crucial that you get immediate legal help from a Florida military divorce attorney at Hutchinson Law. Taking chances with domestic abuse can have tragic results as we are all aware. When children are involved it can be particularly frightening and can affect them negatively in their future lives, and action must be taken to protect them from harm.

When the case is part of an ongoing divorce proceeding, this can affect such issues as child custody and visitation. Florida law is written to protect the best interests of children, and generally it is hoped that both parents have access to the children. However, if one parent is a physical danger to the children, this is another matter. The court may rule that they can have visitation with the parent under supervision only. Each case is unique, and must be fully evaluated by an attorney from Hutchinson Law to determine how to best move forward in cases of domestic violence. Protect yourself and your family from harm.

Contact a Florida Military Divorce Attorney from Hutchinson Law if you are a member of the military based in Florida. Divorce or domestic violence issues can be resolved through legal means.

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