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Yes, she can stay in France during and after the divorce. She must file criminal complaints about the abuse and get medical documents to back it up.
How about her daughter? Will she be allowed to continue her educaton in France? Will she (the wife) get an allimony from her husband?
Yes, her daughter will be able to continue her education in France. That is not a problem. Whether or not the wife gets an allimony will depend on the Court decision. The French judge will make that decision.
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