Domestic Violence

Video: How Are Children Affected In Domestic Violence Cases?

Domestic violence is a problem that does not discriminate; it is statistically consistent across all socioeconomic and racial lines. Chapter 50B of the North Carolina General Statutes allows domestic violence victims to seek an order of protection against the offender.

Actions can only be filed against persons with whom the aggrieved party has or had a familial relationship (current or former spouse, persons of the opposite sex with whom you have lived, ex-boyfriends, ex-girlfriends, parents, grandparents, persons who have a child in common, etc.). Criminal remedies are also available, though separate from a 50B action.

Gailor Hunt Davis Taylor & Gibbs can help you in initiating or defending against these types of actions. Contact us by calling 919-367-1512.

For more information on domestic violence, visit the following websites:

Assistance for Domestic Violence Victims and Survivors

http://interactofwake.org/

Department of Justice Statistics

www.ojp.usdoj.gov/bjs


Domestic violence is a problem that does not discriminate. Anyone can be a victim or a perpetrator of domestic violence. Domestic violence transcends all socioeconomic boundaries and education levels and can affect people of any race, age, sexual orientation, religion or gender. In our podcast, host Jaime Davis discusses the issue of domestic violence and how to obtain a domestic violence protective order in NC with her colleague Jonathan Melton.

Podcast 16: Domestic Violence
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