If you can convince the judge, then probably yes.
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If you can prove it, then yes. But your primary concern should be getting you and your daughters out of that house. Contact your local domestic violence shelters or military family services, even just find a friend who will let you stay on the couch. It sounds like your husband is very unstable and your primary concern should be you and your children's safety.
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