Most of the laws relevant to domestic violence and sexual assault are based on state law.
Information about domestic violence protection orders, civil no-contact orders, and moving with a protection order.
Information about custody in North Carolina.
Information on filing for, modifying, and enforcing a child support order.
This page addresses the general (not state-specific) laws of one parent taking a child out of the state or country, without the other parent's consent.
Information about divorce in North Carolina.
Information about housing-related protections for victims of domestic violence, sexual assault or stalking.
You cannot be discriminated against by an employer because you have take time off work to file for a domestic violence protective order.
Confidentiality laws for victims at a shelter or on a hotline.
Information about crimes an abuser may have committed in North Carolina and victim assistance programs.
If you are a victim of domestic violence, it may be illegal for the abuser to buy or have a gun.
General information about your right to sue an abuser for medical costs, destroyed property, or other damages.