If you are involved in domestic violence that has occurred or been threatened in Wake County, North Carolina, Attorneys Jaime Williams can help you file for a protective order to prevent further domestic violence. Jaime also defends clients against protective orders and false allegations of domestic violence.
A domestic violence protective order, also called a 50B order, is a court order signed by a judge that can order a household member not to assault, threaten, abuse, follow, harass, or interfere with you and your child at work, home or your child’s school.
Jaime can also assist you in obtaining a 50C order (anti-stalking or civil no-contact order) against someone with whom you have not shared a household.
For more detailed information about handling domestic violence, please click here to get a copy of the North Carolina Bar Association’s publication Domestic Violence and the Law: A Practical Guide For Survivors.
Immediate Domestic Violence Shelter and Counseling
If your spouse is violent and you and/or your children are in danger, then you should immediately call the police, and find a safe haven. You should then call the domestic violence agency in your county to get additional advice and directions to a shelter if you are afraid to go back home.
Wake County Interact
1012 Oberlin Road
Raleigh, NC 27605
24 Hour Crisis Lines
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Jaime Williams focuses her practice on family law in Wake County — divorce, child custody and support, alimony, post-separation support, separation, pre-nuptial agreements and name changes.
You are welcome to contact us regarding your family law issue.
To schedule a consultation to discuss a family law issue, please telephone us at (919) 789-4677 or complete the contact form below.