Monthly Archives: April 2012

Domestic Violence and Final Restraining Orders in New Jersey, part 1 of 3

Once a Temporary Restraining Order (“TRO”) is issued, a Final Restraining Order hearing will be held within a relatively short period of time, typically in ten (10) days. This hearing is held at the Superior Court in the county in which … Continue reading

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Domestic Violence and Temporary Restraining Orders in New Jersey, part 2 of 2

In addition to providing you protection from your abuser, the NJ Temporary Restraining Order can also offer you certain relief. For example: An order can require that the person who committed the act of domestic violence must  stay away from … Continue reading

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Domestic Violence and Temporary Restraining Orders in New Jersey, part 1 of 2

In New Jersey, domestic violence is considered to be a serious crime, and if you are a victim of domestic abuse there is help available. A New Jersey Temporary Restraining Order can give you protection and will shield you from your abuser, and … Continue reading

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