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If you are in a verbally and emotionally abusive marriage can you just take your daughter and go to another state?

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2015-07-16 18:10:27
2015-07-16 18:10:27
No, you don't need to go to another state. Just get out of where you live- taking your child with you- contact any women's protective shelter in your area and they'll take it from there. If you don't know of any shelters, go to the local police. They know. If, you feel your life is in danger and going to the next state is the only way you feel safe then GO, worry about the rest later. Don't go anywhere you have taken him before. Go somewhere he is not going to look right away. Accidentally on purpose leave a piece of paper that he thinks is a clue as to where you were going. Cousin that you don't see very often "or something that makes him feel smart" and that he will follow . This will give you more time to head in the opposite direction.
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