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. 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.
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.
To make sure the new prey... er, partner doesn't speak to the old one... and find out the truth.
Partner in a business will be held responsible for the debts. Partner in living together without a formal agreement or license (not married), the estate.
it is up to the former partner to notify everyone , if this is not done the partner could be arrested and held responsible for any illness or death that has occurred because of their irresponsibility.
The most responsible way to find out is simply to ask them. If you respect your partner and there is trust between the two of you then you should not hesitate to be open and honest with your partner, and encourage them to do the same.
Learn how to clean (the dishes won't do themselves)
Domestic violence may start when one partner feels the need to control and dominate the other. Abusers may feel this need to control their partner because of low self-esteem, extreme jealousy, difficulties in regulating anger and other strong emotions, or when they feel inferior to the other partner in education and socioeconomic background
She would need to prove that her husband was not the father of the child, as well as any other sex partners she may have had. Of course the unmarried partner would be responsible for the child..but that's only if its his.
Abusers associate love and intimacy with abusive conduct. Some of them think that abuse is proof of interest and emotional closeness!
Each partner is responsible for only a portion of the business's debts.
Domestic violence may start when one partner feels the need to control and dominate the other. Abusers may feel this need to control their partner because of low self-esteem, extreme jealousy, difficulties in regulating anger and other strong emotions, or when they feel inferior to the other partner in education and socioeconomic background.
A general partnership is a business design in which each partner of the business is responsible for the companyâ??s debts. The actions of one partner are binding for each partner within this relationship. The abbreviation for a general partnership is GP.
yes it does
It has happened many times before and will probably happen many more times: a person abuses his/her partner then turns around and apologizes, asking to be taken back, promising to be a changed person. In general DO NOT TAKE THEM BACK. This is a classic psychological pattern of behavior and unless the person has received professional help, chances are (s)he has not changed. God bless. Most abusers are serial abusers - they repeat the same behavior patterns in all their intimate relationships.
A domestic partner might be responsible for looking after the home. Duties could include cleaning, gardening, washing, maintenance, cooking and shopping.
Guide dogs are responsible for keeping their human partner safe. This does not mean safe from robbers, but safe from objects in their path, as well as oncoming vehicles. They lead their partner forward, and turn, stop, and go forward, when told to, unless it will place their partner in danger.
so that he or she can know what he or she responsible and easily them to know with each other
Each partner in a general partnership is fully responsible for all of the business's debts.apex=) lluvyanna♥Each partner in a general partnership is fully responsible for all of the business's debts.
The Partnership Act of 1932 allows for a Limited Liability Partnership. In a Limited Liability Partnership, one partner is not responsible for another partner's negligence and misconduct. Depending on the state, and the partnership, there are varying degrees of limited partnership.
The current owner of the property.
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Depends on the name of card holder if it is in both names then you must o something about it because that means that both you and your partner are responsible for that card
Methinks what you want to know is why your partner hasn't included your name on the lease for the vehicle. If that's true, then you have to talk with your partner and find out what's going on. But then again, if you are not married to that partner then not having your name on the lease means that you are not legally responsible for the monthly payments and that debt. Choose wisely.
If your partner is taking the pill as perscribed it is probably ok. But you need to be responsible for yourself and you can't rely on others to be responsible. Please take the appropriate precautions. Thanks, JM