CHARLOTTE, N.C., June 6, 2016 /PRNewswire/ -- Every minute, 20 people are physically abused by a domestic partner in the United States, and in response, Sodoma Law, P.C., a leading Family Law firm headquartered in Charlotte, North Carolina, has published a "What You Need To Know" eBook on this important subject. The online book provides legal insight and guidance for those who may need to take action and leave a dangerous relationship.
Law Firm Shares "Escaping Domestic Violence - What You Need To Know" eBook http://bit.ly/289CpzU via @SodomaLaw #DomesticViolence
"For many years, domestic violence was not talked about," said Nicole Sodoma, Founder and Managing Principal of Sodoma Law. "Today, while the conversation around domestic violence has become more public, awareness must continue to be raised. Our firm wants to equip people with the necessary information to first find safety and then to be prepared to pursue a strong Domestic Violence Protective Order."
The book highlights the importance of contacting authorities, developing a safety plan, and preserving evidence such as photos, text messages, and phone logs. Readers are also reminded that no matter the situation, physical or emotional abuse should not be tolerated.
"Many people don't realize that domestic violence can impact any gender, age, marital status or sexual orientation," said Amanda Cubit, Family Law Attorney at Sodoma Law. "It can happen to anyone. Our goal in publishing this information is to empower people from all walks of life to seek help, make a plan, and know that you are not alone."
About Sodoma Law, P.C.
Sodoma Law, P.C. is headquartered just minutes from the courthouse in Charlotte, North Carolina. Its Family Law, Estate Planning and Business attorneys practice in the historic Walter Brem House and the historic G.G. Galloway House in Charlotte. Its location in Monroe, Union County, focuses on Family Law. The firm also has a fourth location in Ballantyne to serve its South Charlotte clients. The firm's areas of practice include Family Law, Assisted Reproductive Technology, Appellate, Estate Planning, and Business Law. Like Sodoma Law on Facebook, follow them on Twitter at @SodomaLaw, and follow Managing Principal Nicole Sodoma at @NSodoma.
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