If an abuser commits suicide and dies after his partner ditches and leaves him is the partner responsible for the abuser's death?
No, you should never feel obligated to tolerate abuse. If the abuser kills himself it's probably because he thought it would be another way to control you. There is a possibility that he didn't really expect to die in the process but figured he could force you to do something that you didn't want to do. Never accept the guilt trip that those type put on you. If someone is abusive, leave. It can be dangerous. Counselors in prisons will tell you that people who don't value their own life certainly have little regard for other lives either. If the abuser was willing to take his own life, your life was in danger and it was a good idea to get out of there. Answer Abusive people are already psychologically damaged so they probably would have committed suicide with or without you having ever met him. Don't beat yourself up over this because you obviously tried your best, but no one expects another to be the victim of abuse. Abusive people have every chance to seek help and unfortunately this man didn't feel the need for it. If ANYONE accuses you of being the cause simply say, "Until you have walked in my shoes, don't judge!" Walk away, get away from such people. You have nothing to apologize or redeem yourself over.
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If a spouse dies and has a loan out with the bank is the surviving partner responsible for the debt?
Only if the couple reside in a community property state and that is where the financial transaction took place.
A better question to ask would be 'Why would you want to?' No one in their right mind would stay with an abusive partner on purpose, never mind help someone else do it, as you seem to be asking. If your partner is abusive to you, you need to seek help to leave, not stay. Any hospital, police station…, or community service center could put you in contact with help in your area, all you need to do is ask. (MORE)
I confronted my abuser and said that I need a healthy relationship and I won't continue to be in an abusive one. I said that I would leave if abuse continued. She admitted to verbal abuse and being controlling, but she also said that "it is not as bad as I say it is." She also says that I am an emot…ional abuser because I threatened to leave, and says that I am controlling her because I want her to change. Now she is the "victim" and I am the "abuser" she says. What do I do? abusers often assume the mantle of victimhood and martyrhood. Acting the eternal victim allows them to garner symapthy and support, abuse their victims by proxy, and still feel morally superior. There are two ways to cope with an abuser - to submit to him or to confront him. What prompted you to threaten him/her to leave the relationship? Abuse. You are a victim twice. One, the abuse you have self-destructively and willingly tolerated. Two, the guilt that your partner is trying to inflict upon you for protecting yourself from any further deterioration. Your partner is just trying to manipulate you further into staying. You wanted to leave because she abused you- so she decided to play the role of the victim to lay the guilt on you and get you to stay. Abusers love to play the role of the victim, and try to make you feel bad for trying to make yourself feel good. (MORE)
Answer . It is sad that a partner would manipulate you with death to keep you there. They need counceling. Perhaps you should suggest you both go (even though you don't want to work on the relationship) it is a way for you to get your partner to go.\n. \nThey need to visit www.jaredstory.com, it… is a suicide prevention site. It wouldn't hurt if you visited as well, you can learn the true signs of depression and if your partner is really at risk or using it to keep you around. Email the webmaster if you like, she answers questions.. Answer . Stop telling him you're going to leave if you're not going to but maybe you can tell someone else about it like a professional and see what they say. I think you should definitely talk to someone about it. (MORE)
Answer . \nGood for you for getting rid of this loser! It took guts! If it's mental abuse and they are still phoning you, emailing you then either change your phone # or get "caller ID" so you don't have to answer his calls. If you slip up once and decide to talk to him then you are enabling …his behavior. If he's following you (often called stalking) interfering in your schooling or job and generally making your life miserable (this includes theatening you vocally or physically) you can press charges against him. You also have the right to go to an Abused Women's Center and explain your concerns with them. They know the law and they can help.\n. \nGood luck hon\nMarcy (MORE)
If your abusive partner has dumped you several times over the last 6 years and never apologized how does that coincide with an abuser's fear of abandonment?
Answer . \nBe sure you aren't assuming your partner is abusive because they dumped you because this would change the whole reasoning of things.\n. \nPHYSICAL ABUSE is punching, kicking, scratching, throwing the person around, hitting with a closed fist causing split lips, black eyes, broken rib…s, bruises, etc.\n. \nMENTAL ABUSE is when the person seems to be playing mind games with you. Calling you stupid and you will never amount to anything in this world. Telling you you're ugly and no one would ever want you. Calling you lazy, a poor excuse for a girlfriend, wive and mother, etc.\n. \nNow, if you fit into any of the above, you are abused. Abusers usually come from an environment of abuse and simply know no other way of handling frustrations they feel in themselves. While young there is nothing they can do about the abuse around them and they hold their anger inside of them and when they get older that anger comes out and the rage is set loose. Seldom do males who are abusive go for psychological counseling. Some men (or women) can feel they are abused in society such as losing a position in a job they feel they should have gotten or even possibly unfairly fired from their job. There could be a 100 reasons why the abuser feels frustrated and angry. Then there are just some abusers that are plain mean to the bone. Bullies!\n. \nTHIS IS NOT PHYSICAL/MENTAL ABUSE a light shove, holding the persons hands or arms away from you because they are hitting out of anger when they usually don't. Having an argument and they race out the door or enter another room slamming the door behind them or even locking the door behind them. Having an argument every so often and you are screaming at each other that may lead to calling each other names. \n. \nYour mate is leaving you either because they can't deal with commitment or they are unhappy in themselves. In turn you have become an "enabler" because you keep taking your mate back without sitting down and communicating as to why they are doing this. They may feel trapped, edgy, angry with themselves, know they aren't treating you well so feel by leaving they aren't causing you more problems, but once away from you they may miss you and not because they abuse you, but because they love you and just don't have the first idea of how to deal with a person in a kind and understanding way. They have probably had no mentors in their lives to go by. Your mate just may be playing head games with you and seeing someone else, getting bored and coming back into your life and you've allowed it.\n. \nPlease try and sit down with your partner and discuss this (if they are not a physical abuser.) If they are physical then see a lawyer if you own a home, have children and other assets and take their tail to court and get a divorce. You cannot reason with a physical abuser and it can be dangerous. If the person is a mental abuser and you try talking to them and they won't listen or get help then you need to move on. \n. \nGood luck\nMarcy (MORE)
\n. \n Answer \n. \n. \nYou and your partner should go to a lawyer and have a business contract drawn up so your interests are protected and so is his. If you don't do this, then you could lose the business or be put in the position of buying out your partner's share of the business to one …of the heirs in the Will if the heir will even allow it. I had this happen to a friend of mine that had a business for "light gripping" at movie studios and it was quite the war going on before an amicable decision could be made with his partner's wife.\n. \n . \n It depends upon how the business is established (incorporated, partnership, etc.).\n. \nIn such cases the state probate laws and usually UCC laws will apply in the disposition (if any) of the property. (MORE)
If you throw your emotionally abusive partner out of the home and he leaves you alone after 9 weeks does this mean he was an abuser after all?
Answer . I don't always buy the fact that some people are labeled emotional abusers. We are all at fault for "losing it" or yelling when we've had a bad day. That is not abusive behavior. I've done it myself on occasion, but the difference in, when you lose it you should apologize and take th…e blame for your behavior. If he belittled you all the time and was never there for you then this is classified as mental abuse. You threw your partner out of the house and he's taken you at your word so I don't know why you are so surprised he hasn't come back. Perhaps both of you know you just aren't meant for each other. You sound like you are having second thoughts and my instincts tell me this isn't the first time you've kicked him out, but this time he didn't come back as you anticipated. A human can only be cornered so many times and then they just get plain fed up. It's time to move on.\n answer \nHe's probably figured out that you are on to him and he can't get anymore supply. Good for you! Stick to your guns girl. If you let 'em go and they don't come back, it ain't meant to be anyhow. Your self respect is most important. He can't mess with that! (MORE)
Answer . \nYes, abusers are more prone to commit suicide at an early age because of their lack of self control,self confidence and self respect.
Answer . Breaking dates. Not phoning you or at least IMing or emailing you. There is no excuse for the lack of communication because we have cordless phones, cell phones, computers and I honestly find that people keep in less personal contact now than they did before cell phones came into play…. It's become a desensitized world. No wonder there are so many problems with personal relationships.\n. \nIf the person isn't interested in what you have to say and you seldom go out together. If they don't live with you and when you see them they look the other way or completely ignore you. Even when I was young and a teenager back in the 1950s if I came across a guy like this I would walk right up to him and ask him what his problem was. It's the only way to ever know for sure. They're either going to love you or try to get rid of you, but at least they should have the guts to say so. Force the issue by doing what I use to do and still do with some so-called friends ... spit it out and get to the point. Second-guessing can ruin more relationships than anything else. (MORE)
Answer . \nI guess I did this wrong...\n. \nI have been dating someone for 2 years. He lost his wife about 3 years ago, they have 2 younger children.\n. \nI have never been in a relationship where someone has spoken to me the way he does. He is constantly putting blame on me for his out bursts…. His own children think he is psychotic and agree that he snaps out of no where and is just down right nasty. His issues have nothing at all to do with losing his wife.\n. \nHow do you stop the verbal abuse? I love this man, want a future with him but NOT under the circumstances. He is on his best behavior a wonderful, generous man. Will this ever stop? How do you get them to see that they have anger issues and are being verbally abusive, when I draw it to his attention and ask if he would like some man to speak to his 15 year old daughter the way he speaks to me...he says NO, and that I dont deserve to be spoken to that way. My family loves him, so do my children but I am certain that this is not "normal" (MORE)
Answer . \nThat is a serious question. Do you want to be with them? If so, you need to speak with your partner about getting therapy of some sort. If you aren't interested in spending any more of your life with this person as your partner, I personally feel, that staying with them out of pity or… fear is inappropiate for both of you. If it is an abusive (any form)or toxic relationship, it is imperative for you to get out sooner than later. If you are in true fear that your partner would harm themself then speak with someone that cares for them (a family member, clergy, friend, etc.) and make sure they are aware of this person's threat. This way you are safe and the partner can get help.\nI wish you the best of luck. (MORE)
Regular readers of mine will know that I always treat questions like this seriously, so bear with me while I say something funny. Actually it wasn't me, it was Oscar Wilde who said there is absolutely no fun in hanging a man who doesn't object to it.. What's the connection? Well, an abuser can only… abuse as long as there is someone he can abuse. In rare instances abused spouses have just had as much as they can take and retaliate with violence of their own. But, sadder perhaps, the one on the receiving end has just collapsed so far as to be unresponsive to the mistreatment. Where is the fun in abusing someone who just lies there and takes it without even whining or begging or trying to make a deal to protect the broken nose. I suspect (and I can only suspect because I know much more about Oscar Wilde than I do about beating up women) that is what causes the abuser to "dump" the abused and move on for a more lively fish to torture.. Please, I implore you, do not do anything about being dumped. It is well documented that victims of torture (and I mean secret police nasty torture) can become perversely "in love" with their torturers. If you are being dumped, trust me, it is a blessing. Now, get the locks changed while you still have the chance and go start your life again with a decent, real man. Phil. Answer . The above poster said it very well, but just wanted to add that abusers do psychological damage and counseling is essential to you. Abused Women's Centers are great and they have programs to help you as well as protect you. The tools they give you is to protect you from going back to your abuser (which a large percentage of women do) or choosing another man with the same traits (a large percentage of women do this as well.) With counseling and the programs at the Abused Women's Center you will get the necessary tools to become once again independent, stand on your own two feet and NEVER accept abuse into your life again!. Good luck (MORE)
Abuse is a means in which one party asserts dominance over another. For whatever reason a person is driven to abuse they will typically continue to abuse their partners to fulfill their desire to dominate them after they have begun. Abuse is not single action but a pattern that persists unless actio…n is taken. (MORE)
Answer . Abuse between people, even lovers, does occur because of various reasons, often irrational and emotional, and more or less subconscious. Regardless of the manifold psychological, psychiatric or mental conditions that may have led to a person's abusive behavior, any progress to take plac…e will involve the strengthening of the abuser's sense of empathy and his/her capacity to exercise self-restraint and wisdom when anger strikes. While lots of love, mercy, compassion and forgiveness are essential ingredients in any sustainable relationship between lovers, it may be argued that moral education and spritual discipline should likewise be seen as key factors when it comes to tackling impulsive behavior. (MORE)
I believe that they do it because they want to feel powerful and in control. A verbally abusive person has poor self esteem and abusing someone makes them feel superior. Anyone that abuses you for no reason does not love you. I have only been married three years but my husband has never said a bad w…ord to me in his life. (MORE)
You will have to have lots of patience. An abuse victim will be very insecure, easily offended and may struggle with even the most simple tasks. In order to live with her, you will have to try and understand her and boost her confidence where possible. You can not achieve this all of the time, but y…ou can try. Some abuse victims will try to make their abuser attack them intentionally, especially those who were abused as children. They do this as the only type of 'love' they understand is in the form of aggression and pain. These victims do not need to be hit, they need some help and some counseling. Try the best you can to support her, but you cannot speed the process of recovery if she is not willing to try and let go. 'Letting go' is one of the most difficult tasks for a victim. Realizing at an unconscious level that all of the abuse is over, and she now has an opportunity to live her life and be happy. (MORE)
It seems he may not be sure what he wants and it may be in your best interest to let him be, let him go and move on. People only treat you the way you let them and he is not treating you properly and you shouldn't be putting up with it.
Usually abusive men are in love with the control they have over their partners. They will do various things to keep the abuse going which includes leaving their partner, holding back on affection, etc. They will do ANYTHING to keep that control. So no it's not a test to see if they can get you to ca…ll them, it's a way of keeping control over their partner to break them down emotionally. Everything that is done is intentional & the abuser will get upset when they are not getting the results they are wanting and the abuse will usually escalate from there. It's a cycle and the only person that can end it is the victim. When you're in an abusive relationship it is hard to break free but know that you are putting your life at risk by continuing to stay in this situation. Good luck & God Bless! (MORE)
Try looking back through your relationships and see if you can find similarities when it comes to the fallout(s). You have to be willing to see sides of yourself you may not want to be able to move forward and begin to alter them. Such as if you were too overbearing, needy, controlling, an addict, w…hiney or even cry/too sensitive just to name a few. Search throughout and find the reasoning in able to work forward on yourself. You may even want to seek counselling for this as well. (MORE)
In my own personal experience, it was quite the opposite. I was abused by my ex because he wanted to keep me around. He felt that if he abused me, he could control me. He could make me feel helpless, worthless and, eventually, dependent on him. In my case, my ex's abuse was fueled by his insecurity …and fear that I would leave him. And every time I tried to leave him, the abuse got worse.. That's not to say that some abusers don't strike out physically as a defense mechanism, sort of like putting up a wall so that his partner won't feel close to him or dependent on him and would eventually leave him. This type of abuse, if it exists, would simply be a way of subconsciously pushing his partner away from himself.. Either way, no matter what the cause of the abuse, it should not be tolerated. (MORE)
I called the police. Not everyone knows this but a cell phone with a closed account can still be used to call 911. Knowledge is powerful. If you don't have access to a phone or to someone who can call the police for you then you have to do what you have to do to survive. I am not saying kill anyone …because many people are just all talk and you don't want to go to prison. I am saying nobody can stay awake 24 hours a day and someone has to go to work. If you work then that is your way to escape or your partner works that is your opportunity to escape. Either way works. If you don't work and they work at home then wait until they go on a bathroom break or something long enough to escape. Don't make the mistake many people make in trying to pack. Depending on the level of threat to your safety and the window of opportunity you may not have that kind of time. Is a pair of shoes really more important than your safety? First think about getting away. You can always come back with the police for your belongs. I personally wouldn't want anything that would remind me of the abusive person. Actually I think I gave away everything because every time I saw something from that house I had nightmares. The key thing is to just get to safety. Even if you think your partner is not serious get somewhere safe. Nobody who cares for you would threaten to harm you. The last time I looked there were several hundred million people in the world. You don't have to settle for someone like that, everyone isn't of a violent nature. Good luck.. I called the police. Not everyone knows this but a cell phone with a closed account can still be used to call 911. Knowledge is powerful. If you don't have access to a phone or to someone who can call the police for you then you have to do what you have to do to survive. I am not saying kill anyone because many people are just all talk and you don't want to go to prison. I am saying nobody can stay awake 24 hours a day and someone has to go to work. If you work then that is your way to escape or your partner works that is your opportunity to escape. Either way works. If you don't work and they work at home then wait until they go on a bathroom break or something long enough to escape. Don't make the mistake many people make in trying to pack. Depending on the level of threat to your safety and the window of opportunity you may not have that kind of time. Is a pair of shoes really more important than your safety? First think about getting away. You can always come back with the police for your belongs. I personally wouldn't want anything that would remind me of the abusive person. Actually I think I gave away everything because every time I saw something from that house I had nightmares. The key thing is to just get to safety. Even if you think your partner is not serious get somewhere safe. Nobody who cares for you would threaten to harm you. The last time I looked there were several hundred million people in the world. You don't have to settle for someone like that, everyone isn't of a violent nature. Good luck. (MORE)
Answer 1 If you are not sure you should see if there is any reason that feels good to you to keep the relationship going. If it is only sexual you may as well keep him if he performs well enough. Just make him wear a condom because you wont know what sort of STD,s he may have picked up. And let hi…m know why. Answer 2 (ALTERNATIVE) Since the question is worded as if you are asking me personally, I say that depends on a lot of different factors. I feel that cheating is wrong in the sense that in order to cheat, it must be happening behind the others back. Biologically, it is highly unlikely for somone who cheats to not do it again. It is however possible to remove the 'behind the back' part of the equation making it possible to eliminate cheating. If both people in the relationship are of the non-jealous type it might be possible to work something out to make the relationship an open one. You would need to set ground rules for what is and is not allowed to be talked about as far as encounters in the open relationship. As long as both can come to an agreement where no one feels left out, you could be exclusive with each other as far as 'love' but both have your fun of casual encounters on the side. Keep in mind, for this to work love must be there for both of you. You both would have to be genuinely okay with this arrangement. Another think that you could consider is adding others such that the encounters are in the same room. For example, one time you can find an extra girl to join you and another an extra guy, or you could find another couple. Just make sure everything is fair and everyone is really okay with this arrangement. WARNING: If you do this, be sure to properly protect yourselves from STDs and get tested regularly! (MORE)
What effect does it have on the abuser when the abused partner leaves Just wondering what to expect Thanks?
Effect On An Abuser When The Abused Partner Leaves: . Abusive behavior can be part of that person's environment growing up, or it can be a learned behavior when the person is out on their own and life throws them some curves and they lack confidence and feel they are failures, or, in some cases t…hat abusive person can simply be mean to the bone. Abusive men (or women) need a victim to either verbally or physically abuse in order for them to make themselves feel more powerful and in control. Abusers need control in their lives and will go to any length to get it. In this case (good for you for having the courage to leave) he may bother you to some extent because 'you are the one that got away' or he may limp off and find another victim. With abusive people they will always seek out another victim to abuse and it has nothing to do with love. It is highly suggested that you be careful and be sure he does not stalk or bother you at home, work or wherever you are and for the next few months it's a good idea to be with another person (such as a girlfriend) and be aware of your surroundings until you are certain he has moved on. You should consider seeking help from programs at the Abused Women's Center to help you cope with what you have been through. Although you may feel free of the hell you have been through verbal or physical abuse (or both) leaves deep scars and these programs give you the tools to cope with past memories and how to handle any problems you may have with your ex partner as well as learning the signs of abusive men that you may date in the future and to know you have the strength to be independent without a man around. (MORE)
You may not be happy in your relationship and have entertained the thoughts of breaking up the relationship or that your partner is thinking along these lines, but feel you still love your partner or, it could simply be a dream and it could be as simple as someone telling you that they broke up with… their partner. (MORE)
What happens when a partner dies in business depends on thecontract. Many people may write a contract that replaces a partnerwith a family member of the partner.
bring in the police first,then if she doesn't leave,try spending more time with her as in,bring her to places that she can volunteer.when she learns how to give(love),she would know what to do next
Very often the guilt of sexual abuse is transferred to the child by the abuser. The child is told that he or she has a 'secret' and mustn't tell anyone about the abuse. Afterwards the child naturally feels dirty and shameful despite the fact that the child is innocent and the abuser the guilty party….\n. \nUnless the abuse is discovered, the abuser punished and the child undergoes a healing process (either through counselling, psychotherapy or similar treatment) they can harbour this guilt right through their life, even into late adulthood. Occasionally the abused child's guilt ends up as depression, as the body and mind's way of coping with the untreated 'shame' of abuse. If the depression takes hold, and is severe enough, thoughts of suicide can result.\n. (MORE)
You leave when he's not around WITH them. or See an attorney immediately and get a court order for temporary custody.
Regardless of the manner of death, the debts of the decedent fall to the estate. If the decedent is indigent, it is my understanding that there is no means to collect unless other guarantors exist on the individual accounts. Keep in mind that if it is the intending decedent's intent to leave all his… worldly goods to someone special, and there is sizable outstanding debt, it is unlikely that special someone will receive anything or much of anything once the estate is disbursed. (MORE)
Your partner attempted suicide after learning of your emotional affair and you want to leave but fear her attempting suicide again could not live with the guilt?
You are in a very difficult situation with a partner who has already attempted suicide because you were in an emotional affair and do not want to stay in this relationship. Having emotional affairs is generally because someone is not happy in their relationship and needs another to talk too (often t…he opposite sex) and this can be dangerous as it can turn into a physical affair. You are correct in saying (very mature) that you don't want to leave your partner and feel guilty if she should succeed in suicide. People who want to commit suicide do not have the coping abilities of others and also it could be genetic to chemical imbalance of the brain. You can tell her you will stay on the condition she seek professional help from a psychiatrist or psychologist and that you will be there for her (and mean it!) Note: A psychologist deals with medications and a Psychologist deals with human emotions, but can ask the patients physician to prescribe medication. Hopefully the doctor will be able to help her with medications and in the future you can have a personal discussion with her psychiatrist/psychologist to see if it is safe for you to leave. If your mate decides not to get treatment and just wants to keep you prisoner then the only other option is to meet with her parents and explain what is happening and let them deal with her. You can't be imprisoned in such a toxic relationship forever. (MORE)
your responsibility in a partnership is to do all you can to make your partner happy,while still living your own life but making sure your partner knows your always there for them even if you let them down sometimes or the other way around never pointing out there flaws or,.... making them feel any …less but the person you want to spend the rest of your life with,and making sure they return the aspect of your gesture which is loving caring for and taking care of them through everything! (MORE)
there are no garentees but there is a good chance that he will out of habit.. This does really bother me
Most people experience at least one bout of depression in their lifetime. Depression can be caused by trauma such as a death in the family; car accident, etc. Depression is often genetic. You need to look up depression on the Internet and print it out and sit down with your partner and go over th…e information with them. Then set up a doctors appointment and ask your partner to go with you (if they refuse you go yourself or take a family member or a friend for support and a second set of ears to hear what the doctor has to say as depressed people often find concentrating difficult. There are all sorts of medications available (most times on a short-term basis) to balance your brain chemistry. Other medications can cause depression such as heart medication. Women who are in peri menopause or menopause can go into bouts of depression; men who are 40 plus can go through Andropause that is similar to women's menopause, but with fewer side effects although depression is high for men as well. Some elderly people can suffer depression especially if they are haunted by many health issues. So, please get yourself to your doctor and tell the doctor exactly how you feel; what is going on between you and your partner (it's all in confidence) and don't be embarrassed as doctors hear this many times in a given week. With the stress of the economy; ill health; financial burdens the percentage of depression in the U.S. and Canada has risen dramatically. If your partner is not willing to be there for you when you are truly trying and do see the doctor then they didn't love you enough in the first place. Partners should stick together through thick and thin (unless it's verbal or physical abuse or cheating has occurred.) There is a high success rate for people that are depressed so please get that information off the Internet and go over it with your spouse and the very next day make an appointment to see your doctor. Perhaps when your partner sees you are trying to help yourself they will back you 100%. (MORE)
It really just depends on what he calls you. Are you aware of the fact that he's just "joking" in his point of view or not? ----------- Does he know that he's hurting you by his words? If he does, is he hurting you on prupose? Ask him these things, tell him it hurts. If it makes no difference to h…im then you have your answer. If he didn't realize how hurt you are, then you two can talk about it. If a couple can discuss these things, then they can work it out and you probably wouln't want to leave him. (MORE)
After your abusive partner abuses you once you need to leave. There is no staying around because it won't get any better it only gets worst after you let them abuse you once.
A felt that he had too much pressure from being the next in line for L. So in an attempt to relieve the hatred everyone looked at him with, he commited suicide. He did this to give everyone else a fair chance.
All birds have different personalities and requirement. The bird is used to companionship and if it doesn't have it's mate, it may become self destructive. You may be substituted for the dead bird if you show it attention. It may not accept you depending on the type of bird. Some species do bond for… life and will not accept a substitute. (MORE)
This does happen. Abuse is Abuse. And it's all handled the same way. Get out, Get help for yourself (and any children involved)
they will mostly be paranoid if your friends with them their character might change and you wont see them much. if you do have any suspicions you should really call the police about it. that would help them x
yes, if they want to change then they will have to work as hard as they can. Change is hard but still good if you are changing to the good side.
It will depend on the individual, but in reality the genital herpes virus is about the same as the oral herpes virus. It is the stigma of "genital" that causes many to think it is a worse infection.
The husband has died and left a will leaving everything to the partner but the property was registered jointly with his wife. What can she do?
The answer depends on your jurisdiction. You cannot disinherit your spouse in almost every state in the United States except Louisiana. In the other states a spouse can claim a share of the state through a simple process under the doctrine of election. You need to consult with an attorney in your pa…rticular jurisdiction. Generally, any property held as joint tenants with the right of survivorship passes automatically to the surviving joint tenant. That type of joint property cannot be devised by will. The answer depends on your jurisdiction. You cannot disinherit your spouse in almost every state in the United States except Louisiana. In the other states a spouse can claim a share of the state through a simple process under the doctrine of election. You need to consult with an attorney in your particular jurisdiction. Generally, any property held as joint tenants with the right of survivorship passes automatically to the surviving joint tenant. That type of joint property cannot be devised by will. The answer depends on your jurisdiction. You cannot disinherit your spouse in almost every state in the United States except Louisiana. In the other states a spouse can claim a share of the state through a simple process under the doctrine of election. You need to consult with an attorney in your particular jurisdiction. Generally, any property held as joint tenants with the right of survivorship passes automatically to the surviving joint tenant. That type of joint property cannot be devised by will. The answer depends on your jurisdiction. You cannot disinherit your spouse in almost every state in the United States except Louisiana. In the other states a spouse can claim a share of the state through a simple process under the doctrine of election. You need to consult with an attorney in your particular jurisdiction. Generally, any property held as joint tenants with the right of survivorship passes automatically to the surviving joint tenant. That type of joint property cannot be devised by will. (MORE)
If your name is also on any agreements, loans, leases, etc. you will be responsible for honoring same. You are not otherwise responsible for any of your partner's debt.
What happens when your partner dies and had outstanding credit card debt who is responsible for paying it off?
If there is no legal connection (marriage or business partnership) there is no obligation. The estate has to be settled and the assets sold to pay off the debts before anything can be distributed.
Generally when your spouse or partner (if living common-law) has left a Will then the deceased should have put funds aside for the spouse or partner for burial services. If this has not been done then ask the family for help and they will either be happy to give some money towards the burial without… you paying them back or, you can pay them back once the Estate is settled. (MORE)
Is your ex partner responsible for her part of the mortgage if she is on the deed also and leaves the house?
Yes. She is responsible for paying the mortgage. However, if she doesn't pay and you want to keep the property then you will need to pay the mortgage or the bank will take possession of the property by foreclosure and both your credit records will be affected. On the other hand, if you continue to m…ake the payments she will still own a half interest in the property. You should consider selling the property or making an offer to buy her share. Answer If you want to keep the house and she doesn't, refinance the house in your name only. You would need for her to sign a quitclaim. (MORE)
What do you do when one person is wiling to commit suicide because his partner is breaking up with him?
tell someone about it. But, sometimes someone would just say that for the attention. So, the person wouldn't break up with them.
Cleopatra committed suicide to save herself the humiliation of being displayed as a trophy in Octavian's triumph back in Rome. Cleopatra committed suicide to save herself the humiliation of being displayed as a trophy in Octavian's triumph back in Rome. Cleopatra committed suicide to save herself …the humiliation of being displayed as a trophy in Octavian's triumph back in Rome. Cleopatra committed suicide to save herself the humiliation of being displayed as a trophy in Octavian's triumph back in Rome. Cleopatra committed suicide to save herself the humiliation of being displayed as a trophy in Octavian's triumph back in Rome. Cleopatra committed suicide to save herself the humiliation of being displayed as a trophy in Octavian's triumph back in Rome. Cleopatra committed suicide to save herself the humiliation of being displayed as a trophy in Octavian's triumph back in Rome. Cleopatra committed suicide to save herself the humiliation of being displayed as a trophy in Octavian's triumph back in Rome. Cleopatra committed suicide to save herself the humiliation of being displayed as a trophy in Octavian's triumph back in Rome. (MORE)
There are no advantages of being with an abusive partner. If you'vebeen one of the unfortunate people to have been with one, the onlyupper is that you may be able to recognize some signs when enteringfuture relationships. You may even be able to help friends orothers escape the same kind of horror b…efore it destroys them. (MORE)