Get help

The most successful of us know when and how to get help and probably more often. While NCFM is action and leadership oriented, we only directly provide a few services. More importantly we know where to get help. The first thing to do is to search our library and get more information. The library contains articles that we have saved and also searches other sites that we have found helpful. Becoming educated on the issue at hand may give you what you need and may lead you select a service that best fits your needs. Finally we have a list of links to browse. Those may help define the need and suggest a better search. If all else fails, give us a call. Sometimes a few clues is all you need to get started.

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3 Responses to Get help

  1. You're kidding. on April 10, 2012 at 7:51 PM

    Look at how women behave today from a Biblical perspective, and it's all very simple:
    1) Between Adam and Eve, it was EVE who spoke to Satan. Was there anything more said between Eve and Satan beyond what the Bible told us?
    2) Nowadays, it's not surprising that so many women are fascinated with vampires. They will tell you that a vampire is the "ultimate bad boy". Really? If you're a Christian, you know who the REAL ultimate bad boy is, don't you! Eve spoke with him thousands of years ago.

  2. J.tackett on December 8, 2011 at 12:19 PM

    The Truth.. Is It`s All About Money And Even If Your Are In The Right, Without Money You Can`t Get HELP …And Child Support And The COURT SCREW YOU ..JUST LIKE ME…

  3. DONE N on July 15, 2011 at 2:00 PM

    what good a re you we men need lawyer that will fight for us, women have all the free lawyer coming out of their eyes.like I have been reading it's about money if you don't have any you are DONE N

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