Grounds for divorce

Myth
  Myth
“Assault requires you to physically hurt the other person or to be hurt by them.”
Fact
  Fact
In legal terms, assault means putting a person in fear of any harm to their person. Beware making angry threats as you may see them used against you in writing as unreasonable behaviour or in a child contact case where the wife can say: “How can I take them to see him when he has threatened to kill me”.

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