Last week’s DadsDivorce Live focused on the issue of domestic violence against men.
Cordell & Cordell mens divorce attorney Heather Biagi discussed with DadsDivorce.com editor Matt Allen the prevalence of claims of domestic violence used in divorce and child custody disputes.
In part two of the two-part series focusing on domestic violence against men, Biagi shares divorce tips for men on how they can preemptively defend themselves from false allegations of abuse.
She also discusses the ramifications, if any, levied against the accusing party if the allegations are indeed proved to be false.
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One comment on “DadsDivorce Live: False Allegations Of Domestic Violence”
I would really like to know what to do about a lady falsely claiming domestic violence against my son while doing public events and online to raise funds after being proven to be lying in court custody case.