Does this qualify for domestic violence under the new laws in Missouri?

Asked almost 2 years ago - Kansas City, MO

My husband and I have been married 5 years. He has kept every piece of property including vehicles, bank account, 401K, everything in his name alone. He has become very controlling and I have no way to get around without use of a vehicle he owns. he has even changed locks on the house in the past to prevent me from getting in even though this was my residence as well; and now he has changed the pin on 'his' bank account, locked me out of it and wont even provide food or a means of heat for the house. He is gone most of the time due to his work Ive had enough and I want a divorce. I have had to call the sheriff before because I feared for my safety. Any advice is greatly appreciated. I have no friends or family here, I don't know what to do!

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  1. Henry Lebensbaum

    Contributor Level 20

    Answered . When there is no threat of violence, all violence there is no grounds for restraining order anywhere. Your only choice is to file for divorce and asked the judge to give you access to some of the rights and property that are being withheld from you.



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