Seperation


#1

Dear rflack:

Greetings. I think that there may be a significant risk of harm to your child if she has the child in her care. Depending on the circumstances and the proof you have of her actual behavior - you may be able to file a domestic violence action, but the better action would be a divorce from bed and board and emergency child custody.

Also, you may want to consider leaving, until you can come to an agreement on the house and other issues. This will allow you to ensure the safety of your son, even if it does feel bad for the time being.

By staying with your wife, you are condoning her affair. 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

I have a son with a severe neuromuscular condition. While he was in the hospital recovering from surgery, I stayed with him at night. My wife used this time to have an affair with a convicted child molester(Class C felony and four Class F felonies) She allowed him in my home and our vehicles. Since then she has been diagnosed with borderline personality disorder.

Is there any way I can have her removed from our home and obtain a legal seperation? I am afraid she will repeat this behavior and put my son at risk.