You've taken a really big step forward for yourself. You are the problem that your wife is having and it's YOU that needs therapy. Most women only ask of their mate that they get help and the wife is usually there 100%. Sounds like your wife would be. You have reasons and problems why you are the way you are, and you can't support her until you get to the root of your own problems and get help for it. She would be so delighted if you were to seek out therapy for your abusive behavior. The fact that you have mentioned it is a miracle in itself and it's sounds like there is a lot of hope for you. Please seek out that therapy. Therapy is a wonderful tool and both men/women get much help as far understanding why they are the way they are and learn tool to deal with it and don't consider yourself weak for seeing a therapist. Weak men are ones that know there is something wrong with them and not getting the help to get them over it. Your wife can support you through this therapy as well and both of you will learn a better way of life. Good luck God Bless Marcy
Yes, law binds husband to support wife financially.
yes he can cause if not the abusive ness will only get worse
the definition of an abusive relationship is the husband beats the wife or/and the wife beats the husband. they can either cheat on each other or literally beat each other with an item or anything
No. The spousal support is a responsibility of the husband only.
are the courts aware that your husband was or is abusive towards you?
No. She is not responsible for her new husband's child support obligations.
if they are married the money should be shared, it is not his or hers, it is theirs, so the husband should technically support his wife
Does your husband have to legally and financially support his wife during a separation
No. If your present husband is the father of the children of his previous marriage and is the custodial parent he would have to sue his ex-wife (the children's mother) for support.
In the movie "Dead by Sunset" the husband and wife have three boys together. The husband is abusive to the wife and he eventually murders her when he realizes that is the only way he will get custody of the children.
If the husband wants to provide financial support to his wife, he can certainly do it. It is not mandatory, unless it is part of the legal separation or divorce agreement.
Possible, but not likely for him to change on his own without serious counseling.
The husband and wife should both go to individual therapy (not couple's counseling- that can be dangerous for someone in an abusive relationship) to help them deal with their separate issues. They can also each go to a different batterer's intervention course if they are willing.
Yes he does
I am sure that it would depend on the abusive ex-husband.
Child support is paid to the wife so she can have money to raise the child. Maybe your husband made more money than his wife when they were still married. It's all in divorce papers. Talk to your husband about it.
Your ex-wife's husband has no obligation to pay child support. An ex husband, if a support order exists, can be turned over to the support enforcement department in your state. It is their job to collect.
A wife has the right to seek an attorney for a divorce if a husband abandons her. She will need support for herself as well as her children.
The husband should talk to the friend. If he doesn't - the husband needs to go too because he's just as abusive if he's allowing it.
trust love and affection
In today's society, it shouldn't be a requirement.