In a previous research article, a prisoner’s wife described that having a partner in prison felt like a dead person (Dauria, 2015). Partners are socially stigmatized due to broken families. Ultimately, it destroyed her emotionally. Eventually, these couples become socially isolated, making it difficult to maintain friendships and connections, including in-laws, parents, and neighbors. Financial problems are also likely, especially when the prisoner is the sole breadwinner. These include the added financial burden of caring for children, leading to hopelessness and even depression. Victims of collateral effects may also underperform at work or school. The loss of household income is due to ongoing prison visits, phone calls and money transfers to prisoners. As a result, the family bears a financial burden, as they have to meet all their own needs, but also the financial needs of the inmates.