A Legal Rights Handbook for Abused Women
posted on October 23, 2017
An online legal rights handbook covering all legal concerns surrounding family domestic violence.
Community Legal Education Ontario has a comprehensive guide available online and as a pdf “Do you know a woman who is being abused? A legal rights handbook“.
Legal Rights for Abuse and Family Violence
What legal issues will I need to deal with when you are preparing to leave, if you need to call the police, protecting yourself and your children with court orders, and your legal rights with regard to custody, support and divorce.
View the PDF by clicking the image above or visit the CLEO’s website to check out the online version of the Family and Domestic Violence Legal Rights Handbook.
How to Create a Safety Plan in an Abusive Relationship
Women involved in abusive relationships can create a safety plan using this workbook from the Community Leagal Education Ontario. Community Legal Education Ontario shares a worksheet called My Safety Plan. A Safety Plan can help keep you and your loved ones stay safe from abuse and know what to do in an urgent situation. Create a Safety Plan in an Abusive Relationship This online resource helps people in abusive relationships create a safety plan to keep themselves and their children safe. The plan has space for people to fill in information that applies to them and "to do" lists to help...