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If you're a victim of domestic abuse it is not your fault. You are not alone. There are many people who can help you.
Legal aid may be available if you have evidence that you or your children have been victims of domestic abuse and you can't afford to pay legal costs.
All requests relating to family court proceedings are dealt with by Information Services, who operate under the terms of a court-approved protocol.
Seeking lots of information about support available and planning your escape is the safest way to leave a violent relationship.
Witnessing domestic abuse can be very damaging to children and there are services available to helps with their needs and provide welfare support.
As you're setting up your life free from abuse, remember it is important to continue to safety plan.
If you are staying with your partner consider this information on how to stay safe
It is not your fault and you are not alone. There are many people who can help you