Yes, they should.
you shouldn't do anything
That's like asking "Should a child abuser be allowed to keep custody of their child?"
Well, I'm surprised the abuser is not in prison somewhere being as how they are a repeat offender. If there has never been a conviction of domestic abuse, then ther is no legal reason why he can't see his child. If there has been convictions, then I'm sure the visits will have to be supervised, or he will have had to complete some type of therapy and anger management. * That is a decision made by the court and not the custodial parent. Under such circumstances the person is usually granted supervised visits with minor children for a specified amount of time or in rare cases on a permanent basis.
In the United States you can only be legally married to one person at a time. You should check your marital status with an attorney who practices family law in your jurisdiction and take evidence of your marriage and domestic partnership with you.
Have the abuser arrested.
If your daughter is married to the son-in-law then no, you should not be insulted. However, if it's your daughter's sister that is invited then yes, you should feel left out.
Look in the front of you local phonebook and it should have a 1(800) number for Abuse HOTLINE. They can give you a few suggestions and also the Department of Family Services in your community should know of some local programs.
nope but she should tell the truth to the guy about her daughter and call him and apoligize to him today
I was dealing with one myself and the only choice I had was to stop hiding. Usually in a abusive environment, the abuser will force you not to tell. The only obvious answer is to do exactly the opposite of what the abuser tells you. Make sure you do it when your alone and when he won't find out. If the abuser is in physical contact with you then you should tell police or a person you trust that can do it for you( without the abuser knowing). Get out of the house, if you have children then get them out as well, go to a friend/ family member that the abuser doesn't know about. If the abuser knows all your family members and friends then go to a hotel ( bring money ) and make sure there is no trace of evidence that the abuser will pick up and know your there. Once at the hotel, call the police. If your married then tell someone how you feel about your abusive partner and consider a divorce.
It should mean "abuser," specifically one who is feminine.
If the person involved is worried their child will be labeled "bastard" by society, not to worry because this term is seldom used anymore. Unfortunately, the father of the daughter is what you call a Pedophile/abuser and should be reported to the authorities! There is no technical label as far as calling the child any relation to the daughter with exception of her being the mother.