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NJ Judge Says Domestic Violence Extends to the Workplace with Employment Interference

In a recent decision, a New Jersey judge concluded that economic abuse, specifically, interfering with an ex-partner’s employment, may constitute domestic violence. As such, behavior that involves threats or direct attempts to jeopardize a victim’s employment may provide grounds for a restraining order. Ocean County Superior Court Judge Lawrence Jones recently issued his opinion in […]


Domestic Violence, Divorce, and Child Custody in New Jersey

When domestic violence arises in any context, these issues can be traumatic and life-altering. Incidents of domestic violence often act as precursors for divorce, while they also occur among former spouses and during highly contentious divorce proceedings. When allegations of domestic violence are levied, the legal implications can be extensive, manifesting in criminal charges, restraining order hearings, and even affecting […]