Morris County NJ Restraining Order Attorneys
Domestic Violence and Restraining Order Lawyers with Offices in Morristown, New Jersey
If you have been a victim of domestic abuse – which includes not only physical violence but also certain types of emotional and verbal abuse – you have a right to seek a temporary restraining order (TRO). This order will give you the legal authority to remove the abuser from your home.
With more than 75 combined years of experience, our Morristown, NJ restraining order lawyers understand how complex and sensitive these type of cases can be. We are committed to treating you with respect and compassion and to helping you find legal protection against further abuse. Contact us today at 866-957-2982 to schedule a free initial consultation.
Temporary and Final Restraining Orders in New Jersey
If you have been accused of domestic abuse, you may be served with a TRO without even having the opportunity to defend yourself. Within 10 days of the TRO, a hearing will be scheduled to determine whether a permanent restraining order will be granted, so you should engage the help of an experienced attorney as soon as possible.
In New Jersey, permanent restraining orders do not expire after a certain period of time. They are genuinely permanent and can prevent a person from entering his or her own home or seeing his or her children.
At Townsend, Tomaio & Newmark, L.L.C., we are familiar with all of the issues surrounding domestic violence restraining orders in New Jersey, including the ability of someone wrongfully accused of abuse to maintain financial arrangements and retrieve property. If a TRO has been issued against you, we are here to defend your legal rights to the full.
Call a Morris County NJ Domestic Violence Attorney for Immediate Assistance
Do not take chances with your safety, your rights or your freedom. Contact us today for a free initial consultation about temporary and permanent restraining orders.