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This special report has a focus on domestic violence, including the issues that arise when the victim is a former household member rather than a spouse or romantic partner, and a discussion of new legislation allowing for leave from work (for court hearings, doctor visits, etc.) to address domestic violence concerns in the employee’s personal life.

Former Household Members as Domestic Violence Victims
Legal, procedural and practical issues in cases where the alleged perpetrator is not a spouse or romantic partner
By Carl A. Taylor III

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