Arizona law has a statute that makes it a harder for a person who commits domestic violence to have custody of their children. But the hard part is identifying and then proving domestic violence. What is it? What if he has never hit me? What if he has a tracker on my car and does not let me visit my family? What if he screams at me and calls me names? Will he ever hit the kids just because he hits me? Domestic violence is one of the hardest situations to be involved with while you are getting divorced. Something to consider: consider getting a counselor, know it is not your fault, know that there is help for you. Consider contacting an experienced family law attorney because it matters if your attorney knows and understands your situation.