Faith, Family Law And Safety
Faith guides a lot of the most important decisions we make. However, faith can conflict with the choices that directly impact your mental and physical well-being. It’s a painful experience, but there is hope. Family law and safety are not incompatible with your dearly held beliefs, but it can be hard to put your trust in a firm to get help.
At Lesnik Family Law P.C., we are a group of family law attorneys that understand these faith and family law struggles. Attorney Tiffany Lesnik has a personal history with these very problems, seeing the devastation family law struggles can have on your life. We work diligently and compassionately to help people find safety and security as they move forward. Learn more about our attorneys’ individual histories in their bios:
Your Safety Matters.
For clients across Raleigh, our services can mean the difference between enduring emotional and physical abuse, and freedom. It’s hard to know when the right moment is to take action, but with our help, we can provide you with clarity and an action plan. Whether you are dealing with coercive control, parental alienation or other issues of domestic abuse and violence, we will be there for you.
We help both domestic violence victims and people with faith-based concerns about their family situation. You deserve to understand the next steps and your options. North Carolina family law is extremely complex, but we can help you find the clarity you need.
What happens with children is a central question we get from most of our clients. Often, it’s much more specific than that:
- Where will my child live?
- How will I provide for my family?
- What happens if I have to move to another state?
- Can I adopt my stepchildren?
There are very real, very concrete answers to those questions, and we want to help you get them.
Because We Care, We Listen. Because We Listen, We Can Advise.
Our goals as your lawyers will always be to find the most effective and complete way forward for you and your whole family. We know that even getting to the point of talking to an attorney is difficult. But it’s just the first step.