My wife of 8 years is alleging that over a period of time I have been physically and verbally abusing her and now she is telling my son's that I does beat her up and now it has reach on my job. I am a service member so the laws are not in my favour. However what she is alleging is not true and she is the one that attacks me and in my defence I push her away. How can I deal with this she needs help. But she is not willing to go for counselling
Unless you have been arrested (criminal defense) or served with a restraining order (domestic violence) this is a family law matter and you should speak to a family lawyer about your options.
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This is a tough question. If this is continuing to happen, and she is making these allegations and you claim you push her away to defend yourself, then you are just waiting for a real problem You may need to seek assistance from an attorney where you are located to discuss the possibility of a divorce or to think about living separately for a while - what you do not want to have happen is that you get arrested based upon false allegations or that you have an injunction sought against you for false allegations.
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