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How Does A Restraining Order Protect Me In New Jersey?
How Does A Restraining Order Protect Me In New Jersey?

A restraining order is a Court Order issued by a Judge that is intended to protect a victim of domestic violence. Generally, it is meant to prohibit someone from contacting or communicating with the person who obtained the order. The lawyers at our East Brunswick, New Jersey ...

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Blog posts in Domestic Violence

  • Is It Harassment If My Ex-Girlfriend Calls Me Hundreds Of Times?

    Yes. Under New Jersey’s Prevention of Domestic Violence Act repeated phone calls from an ex-girlfriend would place our lawyers in a position to ...

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  • Is Recording My Spouse Without Their Knowledge Stalking Under N.J. Law?

    Pursuant to New Jersey’s Prevention of Domestic Violence Act , leaving an iPhone, iPad or any recording device behind so that you may monitor your ...

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  • How Important Is a History Of Domestic Violence When Seeking A Final Restraining Order?

    Very important. It is imperative that your lawyer demonstrates to a judge of a New Jersey Family Court that, along with domestic violence being proven ...

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  • How Victims of Domestic Violence can Protect Themselves in New Jersey

    A difficult aspect of my New Jersey Family Law practice is dealing with Domestic Violence issues. When a couple is breaking up, emotions run high. ...

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  • Are New Jersey Child Custody Cases Handled Differently in a Divorce Action as Opposed to a Domestic Violence Hearing?

    If child custody is being contested in a New Jersey divorce, a New Jersey Family Court will consider a set of statutory factors to help decide what ...

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  • Does A Victim Of Domestic Violence Have An Obligation To Pay Alimony?

    Following please find an inner office “Legal Memorandum” prepared regarding an issue that just recently came across the desk of one of the attorneys ...

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  • How Do I Obtain A Final Restraining Order In New Jersey?

    To enter a final restraining order under the predicate act of harassment, your lawyer must present your case so that a judge of the Superior Court of ...

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  • How Important is it to Preserve Evidence In A Domestic Violence Case?

    Far too often as a New Jersey Divorce Attorney, my cases involve some semblance of NJ domestic violence . When folks finally come to consult with my ...

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  • How Does New Jersey Protect the Whereabouts Of A Victim Of Domestic Violence as the Divorce Process Begins?

    In order to protect a victim of domestic violence, New Jersey’s Prevention of Domestic Violence Act allows a Judge of a New Jersey Family Court to ...

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