I don't usually start off by recommending people file for divorce, but that is exactly what I am telling you to do. Hire an attorney, file for divorce, get a parenting plan in place for your children. Too much drama is not in the best interests of your children.
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You need to get an attorney on your side swiftly. The attorney should be one who is known to be aggressive and one who has practiced for decades.
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You need an experienced and dedicated family law attorney in your area to assist you. She has already cheated on you and now left you with your kids, it is time to file for divorce and protect your rights and the rights to your children. It also sounds like she is setting you out to be the "bad guy" or the violent one, so I would recommend moving forward fast. I am also curious where she took off too in relation to where you were living.
Contact an attorney to discuss as soon as possible.
Ophelia Bernal-Mora, Esquire
Orlando Family Law Attorney
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