Financial abuse can take many forms, from denying you all access to funds, to making you solely responsible for all finances while handling money irresponsibly him or herself.
Money becomes a tool by which the abuser can further control the victim, ensuring either your financial dependence, or shifting the responsibility of keeping a roof over the family's head onto you while simultaneously denying your ability to do so or obstructing you.
Financial abuse can include the following:
Many survivors of abuse with children have reported that financial abuse has been an ongoing problem since they left their abuser, with refusal to pay regular child maintenance the most common mentioned aspect.
Have you experienced financial abuse?
If you have experienced financial abuse which is not listed on this page, or can give examples of those types of abuse which have been mentioned, then please do add your comments to help other victims and survivors to better understand and validate their experiences.
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