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Seminar: What is Domestic Violence?

Seminar: What is Domestic Violence?

You are invited to attend a private seminar, presented without charge, as a community service, to address the many issues which comprise domestic violence and what you can do about it.

The California Family Code § 6211 defines domestic violence as "abuse" perpetrated against any of the following persons:

  1. A spouse or former spouse.
  2. A cohabitant or former cohabitant.
  3. A person in a dating or engagement relationship.
  4. A person who shares a child with a perpetrator of domestic violence.
  5. A child where the male parent is the father of the child to be protected.
  6. Any person within consanguinity within the second degree.

So, in practical terms, what is domestic violence and how does it play out in real time? Many kinds of behavior are recognized by the courts as domestic violence:

    • Molesting
    • Attacking
    • Hitting
    • Slapping
    • Kicking
    • Pushing
    • Destroying a cellphone
    • Denying access to credit cards and family funds

The examples illustrated above are all considered domestic abuse. Learn about domestic violence and how you can protect yourself and your loved ones.

The first twelve people who contact this number are invited to attend this special seminar and ask any questions you may be wondering about in regard to domestic violence and how best you can protect yourself and your loved ones.

To sign up, please call (909) 948-0466 and we will include you in our guest list. The seminar is free and will begin at 6:00 P.M. on Monday, February 13, 2023, at 4200 Concours Street Suite 350, Ontario, CA 91764.


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