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Navigating Court Proceedings When Your Partner is an Abuser

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Kara Bellew has been practicing family law exclusively since 2005. She understands that the court system can be overwhelming and has helped countless clients navigate it successfully. Kara also has significant experience guiding her clients compassionately through custody proceedings, which are often beset with the presence of mental health issues, addiction, and domestic violence.  As a mediator, she helps couples communicate efficiently and assists them in reaching an agreement that feels fair to everyone. Kara is also an experienced and skilled litigator who has tried numerous custody and financial cases in the Supreme and Family Courts of Manhattan, Brooklyn, and Westchester. She is a graduate of Northeastern University School of Law and also holds a Master of Social Work from Boston University and a bachelor's degree in psychology from Saint Joseph’s University.

 https://www.linkedin.com/in/kara-bellew-5a18226/ 

 1-800-799-SAFE (National Domestic Violence Hotline)

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