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Empowers The Victim To Tell The Story through the Evidentiary Abuse Affidavit

Until Now, Victims have been told:

  • Report Abuse (but action is only taken if you can show evidence of the abuse)

  • Go to a shelter

  • Get a restraining order (but usually only granted if there is evidence of the abuse)

  • Move away (but leaving behind careers, family and assets)

  • Stay with someone else

  • Stalking laws are often weak and poorly defined

    This response does not help the victim document the situations and specifics of abuse or the abuser. Outside of a police report or restraining order, documentation has still not occurred. In case of future serious injury, the victim goes missing or is killed, nothing exists to link them to their story.

    The Evidentiary Abuse Affidavit changes this!

If You Need Immediate Help, Please Call The National Domestic Violence Hotline

1-800-799-SAFE (7233)

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