Category: Domestic Violence

What is a no Contact Order in a New Jersey Family Court?

No Contact Orders, Restraining Orders, and Domestic Violence Attorneys Morristown NJ The New Jersey Judiciary Domestic Violence Program provides several options for abuse victims to secure legal protection from further acts of abuse. The New Jersey Prevention of Domestic Violence Act (PDVA), recognizes “domestic violence is a serious crime against society” and as a cycle

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What Constitutes Domestic Violence Under the Law?

What Constitutes Domestic Violence Under the Law? Our Morris County Attorneys Review the Laws and Define Domestic Violence. Serving Clients across Morris County and Northern New Jersey. Jacobs Berger Law Firm co-founder Sarah J. Jacobs, Esq. dedicated to protecting the interests of clients in family law proceedings explains the requirements that constitute domestic violence. Domestic

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What are the Most Common Grounds for Divorce in New Jersey?

Grounds for Divorce in Morris County New Jersey With her wide experience practicing in the area of Family Law including divorce, custody, visitation, alimony and domestic violence, our attorney Amy L. Miller talks about three possible scenarios for pleading divorce in New Jersey. Irreconcilable Differences is Most Common Ground for Divorce There are a number

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Predicated Acts of Domestic Violence

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Predicated Acts of Domestic Violence
By Categories Domestic Violence

Randolph Lawyers Discuss Predicated Acts of Domestic Violence Helping you from beginning to end and beyond about Domestic Violence Issues in Randolph, Tewksbury, Madison, and Morristown Domestic violence in New Jersey is taken seriously by law enforcement and the courts. Often, there is no proof of domestic violence other than that of a witness and

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Victims of Domestic Violence

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Victims of Domestic Violence
By Categories Domestic Violence

Morristown Domestic Violence Attorneys Protect Victims and Those Falsely Accused Protecting Clients across Madison, Randolph, Florham Park, Hanover, Tewksbury, Morristown, and Morris County Victims of domestic violence often feel confused, distraught, and trapped in the cycle of abuse with their significant others.  As a result, they seldom speak out for fear of retribution or lack

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In Contempt: What to Expect if you Violate a Restraining Order

Restraining Order Violation and Domestic Violence Attorneys Morristown NJ Providing Legal Counsel to Clients Facing Restraining Orders in Florham Park, Hanover, Madison, Randolph, Tewksbury, and across Morris County Prevention of Domestic Violence Act (PDVA) of 1991 outlines a wide variety of actions that constitute domestic violence. When a person becomes the victim of any of

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When Harassment Leads to Filing a Restraining Order

Morristown Harassment and Restraining Order Attorneys Protecting Clients across Florham Park, Hanover, Madison, Randolph, Tewksbury, Morristown, and Morris County Domestic Violence is a systemic problem affecting people across all socio-economic levels regardless of gender and sexual orientation. Harassment is a type of domestic violence, whereby the aggressor purposely commits acts of aggressive behavior and exhibits alarming conduct

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Therapeutic Supervised Visitation and Family Reunification Therapy

Morris County Family Lawyers Discuss Therapeutic Supervised Visitation and Family Reunification Therapy New Jersey Family Courts are challenged on a daily basis by difficult cases involving families ripped apart by painful and sometimes traumatic parent-child relationships. Many of these children of divorced or unmarried co-parents have been separated from their parents as a result of parental substance

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Modifying or Terminating a Final Restraining Order

Final Restraining Order Attorneys Morristown NJ Serving Clients in towns across New Jersey and Morris County, including Morristown, Madison, Randolph, and Florham Park In New Jersey, Family Courts take a serious look at domestic violence; which is why protecting the plaintiffs is paramount and the consequences for defendants found guilty of having committed domestic violence

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