The most important information for anyone who is a victim of domestic abuse is to know that help is available.
Raleigh, N.C. (PRWEB) October 24, 2013
Raleigh divorce and family law lawyer Charles R. Ullman says his law firm joins organizations throughout North Carolina and across the country in recognizing October as Domestic Violence Awareness Month.
“Domestic violence is an important issue to us at Charles R. Ullman & Associates. Unfortunately, we too often see the devastating impact that such violence can have on families,” Ullman said.
“This is why we strongly support the National Coalition Against Domestic Violence and local organizations such as InterAct of Wake County, which have done so much to raise awareness about this issue and to provide help for victims.”
Ullman is a N.C. State Bar board-certified specialist in family law. His law firm, Charles R. Ullman & Associates, focuses entirely on assisting clients with divorce and family law cases in Wake County, including those involving separation, divorce and child custody and child support issues.
In addition to providing information about those core practice areas, the firm’s website, DivorceLawNC.com, also features a Domestic Violence Resources section that is aimed at helping victims to understand their situation better and learn about ways to get help.
The section covers topics such as:
- Signs of an Abusive Relationship
- How to Get a Restraining Order
- Statistics on / Facts About Domestic Violence
- Domestic Violence Support and Shelters.
The National Coalition Against Domestic Violence has sponsored Domestic Violence Awareness Month each October since 1987. It has grown to encompass a range of activities conducted at the local, state and national levels, according to the organization.
“The most important information for anyone who is a victim of domestic abuse is to know that help is available,” Ullman said.
About Charles R. Ullman & Associates
Charles R. Ullman & Associates, located on 109 S. Bloodworth St. in Raleigh, N.C., concentrates on family law, including divorce, child custody, child support, visitation, alimony, post-separation support, equitable distribution, alienation of affections and criminal conversation. For more information, contact the firm by calling (919) 829-1006 or using its online form.