My Wife and Kids Actress Claims Domestic Violence Led to Divorce
Tisha Campbell, best known for her role on My Wife and Kids, filed for divorce from her husband in 2018. Nearly one year later, she has disclosed the reason for the divorce. Campbell claims that estranged husband, actor Duane Martin, has physically, emotionally, and financially abused her since they got married in 1996. Earlier this month, Campbell filed a police report and requested a restraining order for her safety. Domestic…Read More
Getting a Kick Out Order During a California Divorce
Domestic violence is a very real issue for many Californians. Domestic violence can often lead to separation, divorce, and the dissolution of a marriage. If you have been the victim of domestic violence, or fear that your spouse may become violent during a divorce, you may be able to seek protection from the state. California allows spouses to petition a court for protective orders during divorce proceedings. These orders can…Read More
Domestic Violence and Protective Orders
Domestic violence is an increasingly common issue here in California. Earlier this month, in California, Tom Sizemore, Darren Collison (an NBA player for the Sacramento Kings), and Campbell City Councilman Jeffrey Cristina, just to name a few, were all arrested for acts of domestic violence. If you are a victim of domestic violence, please be aware that you are not alone. Domestic violence is a problem nationwide and has been…Read More
What is Domestic Violence?
Domestic violence, in California as well as elsewhere, affects many families. Domestic violence happens more than you would realize, in part because it is so hard to recognize. The traditional depiction of domestic violence is often a husband beating his wife. While this is indeed a common occurrence of domestic violence, the legal definition of domestic violence is much more broad. First, a domestic violence victim does not have to…Read More
Can I get Financial Support in a Domestic Violence Case?
Domestic violence in the home can result in drastic changes to your living arrangements and financial viability. If you are a victim of domestic violence and have to leave the family home to be safe, you might need financial support to allow you to financially support yourself during this time. Or, if your spouse or partner is ordered to leave the family residence, as part of a restraining order, you…Read More