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Domestic Violence, Abuse And Divorce

Compassionate Domestic Violence Attorneys in Mooresville, North Carolina

At Daly Mills Family Law, our experienced North Carolina domestic violence attorneys know that being in an abusive relationship is a terrifying experience that is difficult to escape. Whether the abuse is physical, sexual, emotional, or psychological, there is no room for this damaging behavior in a marriage.

As part of our commitment to the Lake Norman area, and the rest of our fellow North Carolinians, our law firm was featured in Limitless Magazine to shine a light on combining our compassion with the legal skills necessary to protect our clients’ futures — especially those experiencing domestic violence or abuse.

We offer guidance about ways to protect you and your family during the separation period and divorce proceedings, so you can start anew.

Our family lawyers do our jobs because we care about our clients, and only take a limited number of cases each month to ensure everyone gets the personal attention they deserve.

Our dedicated family law attorneys have offices conveniently located in Mooresville making us easy to find and even easier to reach, so our clients can achieve their goals in the way they want to achieve them.

When you are ready to talk, we are ready to fight for what you hold dear.

We Are Advocates for Domestic Violence Victims Pursuing Divorce in North Carolina

There are seemingly endless ways domestic violence or abuse impacts separations, divorce, and military divorce proceedings in North Carolina.

While it cannot be officially listed as the reason for divorce on the paperwork, domestic violence or abuse can influence the outcome of property, alimony, or custody disputes, and as the cause for advocating for a certain divorce outcome such as sole custody of the couple’s shared minor children.

The North Carolina family courts take domestic violence allegations seriously when considering whether to award the alleged abuser custody or visitation rights.

We understand that victims of domestic violence may be extremely concerned about filing for divorce and will work aggressively to protect you and your family during the divorce process. There are steps we can take on your behalf, including a restraining order, which may help you stay safe from abuse, harassment, and violence during a divorce.

At Daly Mills Family Law, our skilled domestic violence divorce attorneys in Mooresville will work tirelessly to pursue each of your family law goals, so you can safely take back control of your life.

What Can I Do If I Am Being Falsely Accused of Domestic Violence During a North Carolina Divorce?

Our trusted North Carolina family law attorneys have also seen the far-reaching impact of false domestic violence allegations during a divorce. When our clients are falsely accused of abusing their spouse or children, their reputations are damaged the moment the allegations are put forth.

We know that spouses can use allegations of abuse to support their custody or visitation requests, and we will fight to undo the harm caused by these injurious allegations.

Our attorneys are skilled at using witness testimony to refute domestic violence claims if they are false. We will use our complete legal resources to help ensure our client’s name is cleared of any wrongdoing, so he or she can fairly pursue all aspects of a North Carolina divorce without being misrepresented by their spouse.

Proven Domestic Violence Attorneys in Mooresville, North Carolina

Our Daly Mills Family Law attorneys in Mooresville listen to each of our client’s unique stories and provide the compassion they need to know someone is listening. We then outline their customized legal needs with skill and precision, so they know we are fighting for a successful outcome.

By nature, family law is deeply personal and private. When domestic violence is a factor in our client’s divorce proceedings, the investigation, research, and legal requirements necessary to prove our case may seem even more invasive. We can help ensure you are protected every step of the way, so you know you have a trustworthy legal partner who is here to help.

At Daly Mills Family Law, our North Carolina attorneys understand our state’s complex divorce laws and how they are impacted by domestic violence, so we can implement legal solutions for your new life while you navigate the required one-year waiting period to file for an actual divorce. We will not sit idly by while the clock ticks.

We will help forecast your future based on our North Carolina divorce, child custody, and financial support laws, so you can become the person you deserve to be. Your children, finances, and future are worth fighting for. Allow us to take the lead in protecting what’s yours.

Contact Our North Carolina Domestic Violence and Divorce Attorneys for a Consultation

At Daly Mills Family Law, our divorce attorneys in Mooresville focus on each of our client’s unique legal needs, and that begins by keeping our caseloads small. Each time you contact our office, you will have access to attorneys and support staff who can answer your questions, allay your fears, and develop practical legal solutions that make sense.

Divorce, family law, and future planning matters may be complex, but they are all we do. And we do it because we want to help our North Carolina clients confidently build their futures for success.

It’s a jungle out there. Protect what’s yours. Contact our Mooresville family law attorneys today at 704-878-2365 or online to develop a partnership that produces actual results.

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Frequently Asked Questions for Our Domestic Violence and Divorce Attorneys in Mooresville, North Carolina

Can the Divorce Attorneys at Daly Mills Family Law Help Me File a Restraining Order Against My Abusive Spouse?

Yes. Whether you are considering divorce, or are in the middle of your proceedings, if your spouse has been abusive or has threatened violence, we can help protect your safety and that of your children by filing a Domestic Violence Protective Order (DVPO) in North Carolina. Also called a restraining order, this protective order can be issued temporarily (for ten days) requiring your spouse to leave the family home while paying for the mortgage or rent, and then permanently (for one year, before a renewal request), which will impact spousal and/or child support orders, and child custody arrangements.

How Can I Help Prove Domestic Violence is Occurring in My Marriage, So I Can Keep Myself and My Children Safe During a North Carolina Divorce?

Our domestic violence divorce attorneys in Mooresville will work to help you achieve a favorable outcome for your unique circumstances by helping you gather the necessary information and records to help build your case for success. That may include threatening text messages and/or voicemails, pictures of your injuries, medical records, police records, and witness statements that will help establish a history of abusive behavior, which can affect how the judge rules in your divorce settlement.

How Does Domestic Violence Impact Child Custody Orders in North Carolina?

North Carolina law does not prohibit an abusive parent from visiting with his or her child. However, a parent’s history of domestic violence will affect a custody decision to help account for the safety of the children involved. In cases involving abuse, certain limitations may be placed on an abusive parent’s custody rights to ensure a safe environment, including supervised visitation, and, in extreme circumstances, termination of parental rights.

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