The Reality of Sexual Assault!

What is Sexual Assault? “Sexual assault is an act in which a person intentionally sexually touches another person without that person’s consent, or coerces or physically forces a person to engage in a sexual act against their will.” Introduction: It is commonly thought that in most cases of rape, the offender is a stranger. The truth is the majority of

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Why Coercive Control is part of Domestic Violence?

What is Coercive Control? “Coercive control is a common type of domestic abuse, but it doesn’t necessarily include physical violence. Coercive control is part of and comes under domestic violence”. Introduction This type of abuse can force the victim to become isolated from their support network and reliant on someone who inflicts acts or patterns

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Guide: Visit Visa Application Form

UK Visitor Visa Application Form Before you start your UK Visit Visa Application form, you must have a valid email address and you must be able to log into your email account. You must also have a mobile or landline number on which VFS Global can contact you. Step one Visit the UK GOV Website.

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Complete Guide to UK Visit Visas

UK Visit Visa For a UK Visit Visa Application you must provide evidence in support of your claim that you as a visitor will leave the UK at the end of your visit, will not make the UK your extended home or main home, will not extend periods of stay through frequent or successive visits,

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What is Domestic Violence? And How You Can Spot and Prevent it.

What is domestic violence? ‘Domestic Violence is any incident or pattern of incidents of controlling, coercive, threatening behaviour, violence or abuse between those aged 16 or over who are or have been, intimate partners or family members regardless of gender or sexuality’. Introduction Women are more likely than men to experience multiple incidents of abuse,

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Separation Agreements or Divorce? What shall you choose upon the breakdown of your relationship?

What is a separation agreement? “A separation agreement is a legal agreement made between individuals who are contemplating imminent separation or have already separated. Most couples entering into a separation agreement are generally married or in a civil partnership who does not want to proceed for divorce yet” Introduction Under Family law, married couples and civil partners have a choice of either to

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Your Complete Guide to Grounds for Divorce in the UK.

Grounds for Divorce Divorce is a process which allows married couples to legally separate from each other as a husband or wife. The Grounds for divorce are following; ·         Irretrievable breakdown in the relationship ·         Adultery ·         Intolerability ·         Unreasonable behaviour ·         Desertion ·         Two years separation with consent ·         Five years separation without consent

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