Help is appreciated beyond any belief, please


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Daer ItalianGurrl691:

Hello. If he is violent, she may be able to take out a domestic violence restraining order. At the same time, she can also ask the court for child support (if they have any children together) and spousal support. Thank you.

Janet L. Fritts
Attorney with Rosen Divorce
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Raleigh, North Carolina 27607
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Charlotte, North Carolina 28262
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#2

Hello,
I am caught in a predicament so any advice is appreciated greatly.
My best friend is 14 years old, he lives with his Mom and his 2 young sisters along with his step-father. His step-father is slightly violent, and has been arrested for assault. He is also an alcoholic. Jennifer, the mother, wants to divorce him more than anything. Unfortunatly they are indeed not wealthy, not poor, but close. She doesnt know how to make their household safer and more loving with her husband there. She wants to divorce him but doesnt have the money. If anyone, has any advice it would be appreciated beyond any belief.

-Sherrie

Sherrie Girard