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Ginny L. Sheehan (""wife"") appeals the trial court's orders denying her motions for an extension of time on a previously entered domestic violence injunction 1 and for temporary alimony. We affirm. The record indicates that this case began when the wife filed a petition in the trial court seeking an injunction for protection against domestic violence, naming her husband, Edward Sheehan, as the perpetrator. The trial court granted the petition and entered a temporary injunction, effective for six months. Shortly before the expiration of the six-month time period, the wife filed a motion seeking an extension of the injunction. In the motion, the wife claimed that an extension was necessary because she was ""still in fear for her safety from her husband"". The trial court conducted a hearing on the motion. Upon review, the trial court denied the motion as being legally insufficient, ruling, in pertinent part, that: ""Wife's motion does not allege any new act of violence toward her since the entry of the injunction"". The wife challenges this ruling claiming that her motion was sufficient.