I have personal and professional experience with the aftermath of divorce, and family violence. People are much more likely to hurt those whom they love than to hurt a stranger on the street. It is love that that stirs up into passion and sometimes erupts. I have found that time tends to cool down emotions. Often, people who love one another eventually forgive one another. Other times, splitting up is the only path to find peace.
I'm not here to judge you for who you decided to love. I'm here to help you find peace.
If you have been charged with a crime, you are in a fight with the State of Georgia. The deck is stacked against you and they want you to sign to waive all of your rights. Even if the "victim" has forgiven you, the State will still fight to strip you of your freedom. The prosecutors will pressure you to plea but there are other ways to defend yourself.
If you are the victim of family violence, I can help calm the violence without the police. You don't have to get law enforcement involved. If your significant other or family member gets convicted of a crime, it could hurt their ability to earn a living... which may hurt you. Instead you can get a temporary family violence protective order. Get some space, cool the emotions, and then figure out how to move forward.
If your family is falling apart, it is hard to know what to do. When in doubt, get some advice. I have talked with judges, lawyers, and other people about many unique family problems and I'd love the opportunity to discuss your problems. Whether it's about money or child custody, I can help you make a plan to move forward with your life.
I'm here to help.