None of us can call you. You need to call the police each time she hits you and stop bailing her out. Please go to the courthouse and file for a domestic violence injunction. It's free. Then divorce her.
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It does not cost anything to file a Petition for Marchman Act, the assessment and rehabilitation may cost money but it is based on your income. Certainly cheaper than hiring an attorney every time she becomes violent. You file for the Marchman Act in the mental health division of the Court. Of course, you still may need to get a domestic violence injunction as this may make her made when you file for a Marchman Order. Good luck.
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We cannot call you. But you can look for an attorney to call, here. Have you considered going to al-anon? It is for spouses of alcoholics and it will help you immensely to learn how to cope with her and what she does. Otherwise, you need to keep calling the police.
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