Family laws changed to protect kids

PARENTS arguing in front of children and withholding financial support will now qualify as violence under landmark reforms set to be rolled out by the Family Court.

The overhaul of the Family Law Act, which takes effect on June 7, will dramatically broaden the definition of “family violence” to include psychological abuse such as kids “seeing or hearing” their parents arguing.

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