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It can be challenging to leave a situation of domestic violence. Thankfully, the law is on your side. Victims of abuse can get fast legal protection for themselves and their families via domestic violence injunctions. These injunctions can restrict an abuser’s actions, limit the abuser’s contact with you, and support you in your efforts to recover and protect your family.

The state of North Carolina recognizes two types of domestic violence injunctions, also called protective orders. Each one must be issued by a judge. A person who has shared a “personal relationship” with you may be legally bound by the court order if the person has caused harm (or attempted to cause harm) to you or your minor child. The harm could involve bodily injury, behavior that places you or a family member in fear of serious injury, continued harassment, or a sexual offense. Victims without a personal relationship to the perpetrator should apply for a no-contact order against stalking and harassment.
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“It’s Not Your Fault”: How to Discuss Divorce with Your Children
According to psychological research, children tend to remember the moment when their parents break the news about a divorce just as vividly as other major life events. With this in mind, you may worry about the lasting impact your divorce could have on your children—all the more reason to make sure you’re prepared to have the talk. Your children may remember it as a sad moment, a guilty one, or even a relief. Whatever happens, there are many ways to avoid needless stress, soften the blow, and make sure their emotional needs are met. - See more at: http://easterlingfamilylaw.com/not-fault-discuss-divorce-children/#sthash.kpLDVSxU.dpuf
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If you are a parent in North Carolina who is developing a parenting plan for your family, contact the experienced family lawyers at Easterling Law, PLLC. We can help you make an effective parenting plan that works for your family.
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