Domestic abuse can take many forms. These include physical violence, sexual abuse, emotional abuse, intimidation, financial and economic abuse and coercive control. Here our Orlagh Sharkey, Head of Family Law, outlines the various steps you can take if you are...
Coercive Control is a common and often unseen form of Domestic Abuse. Ireland is one of the first countrries in the world to recognise coercive control as an offfence and introduce legislation to protect people from the subtle form of abuse. Here Orlagh Sharkey,...
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