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Abuse Should Never Be Allowed

Abuse Should Never Be Allowed
Abuse Should Never Be Allowed

In some cases, divorce becomes the only recourse to seek and one of the main contributing factors that would call for such drastic measures would be the existence of abuse within the framework of the marriage. When there is any sign of abuse having to be endured and this is supported with relevant and indisputable evidence, then the divorce proceeding should and could be contemplated without much problems.

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However, it should be noted that in almost all cases the onus would have to be on the individual in question to prove without any doubt that there is some level of abuse currently having to be endured within the framework of the existing marriage circumstances.

This abuse does not necessarily only have to be of the physical kind, as mental abuse is also considered to be just as destructive and its consequences difficult to live down or adjust too.

Physical abuse is easier to identify and support with very clear and proper evidence, however in comparison, mental abuse can be much harder to detect let alone substantiate with the relevant evidence needed for the cycle of court proceedings to be engaged.

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It is an argumentative point of contention as to where and how this abuse element can be tagged or defined unless the abuse takes on and shows very clear visible negative results. However, if there is no clear visible evidence of the said abuse taking place, it is often an uphill battle to prove the existence of abuse within the relationship especially and both parties are unable to agree on the basis that constitutes abuse.

This then leads to other issues such as how long and how far has the presence of the abuse impacted the framework of the marriage.