Woodbridge Township Domestic Violence Lawyers
Compassionate Family Assistance in Edison & Middlesex County, New Jersey
Have you been hurt or threatened by your spouse, parent, or another person with whom you share a home? If you believe that you or your children are in danger, you should immediately call the police. After you have filed a police report or requested a Temporary Restraining Order, your next step should be to retain the services of a Woodbridge Township domestic violence attorney. At New Jersey Divorce Solutions, we are dedicated to helping our clients seek protection from an abusive individual and an unsafe situation.
How Do Most Domestic Violence Cases End In NJ?
At the beginning of a proceeding, a judge will likely issue a no-contact order or temporary restraining order. This prevents the defendant from contacting or communicating with the victim in any way. A may be issued by a judge at the end of a case, which permanently prohibits the defendant from making any contact with the victim.
Do not hesitate to reach out to us today at (732) 479-4711 to make an appointment.
Securing a Restraining Order
Although spouses and romantic partners are the most common culprits of domestic violence, this term also extends to abuse committed by family members, ex-spouses, and roommates. Domestic violence can take many forms, including physical abuse, sexual abuse, and verbal or mental abuse. It can also include acts which endanger or threaten your children. If you have suffered any form of abuse and want to prevent a dangerous individual from gaining access to you or your children, we may be able to help you secure a restraining order.
Restraining orders can be used to prevent the abusive person from:
- Calling you or using electronic methods of communicating
- Harassing or stalking you
- Showing up to locations where you live or work
Fighting for Your Parental Rights & Safety
When you are being victimized by a spouse or other person with close relation to you, you should not wait another day before seeking protection. Our Woodbridge Township family law attorneys at New Jersey Divorce Solutions is dedicated to making sure you understand your legal rights and options. Our firm works hard to provide effective legal solutions to clients throughout New Jersey.
Give us a call today at (732) 479-4711 if you are interested in setting up a case consultation.
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