1D. Collecting evidence

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If you go to Court for a family and domestic violence matter, it will likely be your word against your former partner. Providing evidence will make your version of events more credible. When it is safe to do so, record an incident soon after it has occurred to get the most complete version of the story and whilst you have all available evidence on hand.

Record evidence for family court

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