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FAQs About Domestic Violence in Texas
FAQs About Domestic Violence in Texas

In Texas, domestic violence , otherwise known as “family violence” is addressed in the Texas Family Code. What counts as family violence? According to dps.texas.gov , it is defined as, “an act by a member of a family or household against another member that is intended to ...

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Blog posts in Protective Orders

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