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If one spouse has suffered psychological or physical abuse at the hands of the other spouse, the victim may be eligible for a protective order. Such orders can prohibit or limit contact, serving to prevent continued abuse. If the subject of a protective order violates the order, the individual may then be sanctioned for doing so.Two relevant types of protective orders in GA are discussed at the two links below.http://www.womenslaw.org/laws_state_type.php?id=500&state_code=GAhttp://www.womenslaw.org/laws_state_type.php?id=501&state_code=GA
Further, abuse (physical or emotional) can affect the outcome of child custody matters, depending on the nature and content of the abuse. It's also worth noting that, if one parent has a history of belittling the other parent in front of the children, the court can prohibit a parent from making negative remarks about the other parent to the children, so as to prevent that parent from alienating the children from the other parent.Ultimately, your attorney can best determine what course of action best meets your interests. However, you should discuss your concerns in detail with your attorney and you may wish to inquire with him about any possibilities (including those listed above) to resolve your concerns. Your attorney is there to work for you and represent your interests. If it does not appear that he fully understands your concerns, there's nothing wrong with reiterating them and asking him to explain how to protect those interests (or why they cannot be protected, if he believes that to be the case).
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