Gwen Williams comments on domestic abuse support agencies - Goodman Ray

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Gwen Williams, managing partner of GR says, I was chair of Solace Women’s Aid for many years and came across many survivors of domestic abuse who, after being supported by agencies like Women’s Aid and sometimes with the help of the legal profession, were able in time to talk about their experiences of domestic abuse in its many forms. It takes great courage to walk away from an abusive relationship and the Archers’ scriptwriters have done a good job in highlighting the insidious nature of coercive control which can affect all manner of relationships. Goodman Ray has a dedicated team of lawyers who deal with emergency applications to protect men, women and children who are escaping domestic abuse.

Gwen Williams
Managing Partner

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