Warren County Temporary Restraining Order Lawyers
Final Restraining Order Dismissed Thanks to Civil Restraints Agreement in Belvidere, NJ
Need a lawyer for a domestic violence hearing in Warren County? We can help.
Here is an example of a Warren County NJ Restraining Order Dismissed thanks to our attorneys. Our NJ restraining order lawyers recently represented a client facing a final restraining order (FRO) hearing at the Warren County Superior Court located in Belvidere, New Jersey. If the permanent restraining order was issued, the client would be fingerprinted, placed in a database for domestic violence offenders, could not own firearms, her travel could be restricted in and out of the country, etc. In addition, if she is not a US citizen she could be deported based on this permanent restraining order.
Our lawyers handled the matter in court. Prior to court, we were able to speak to the Plaintiff and discuss a potential resolution to civil restraints. This consent agreement restricts how the parties can communicate and also deals with any property issues. Our client and her significant other were living together so there were outstanding issues relating to their apartment, the lease agreement, and the distribution of their property in said apartment. We were able to negotiate a civil restraints agreement that resolved all these outstanding issues and the plaintiff agreed to dismiss the temporary restraining order (TRO).
In order to do so, the plaintiff has to appear in court and dismiss the restraining order on the record. Prior to doing so, he or she must speak to the domestic violence counselors and sign some paperwork so that the Judge knows that the plaintiff understands the cycle of domestic violence and he or she voluntarily wishes to dismiss the case.
The client was extremely happy with this result and it allowed her to avoid the stress of a trial.
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If you or a loved one needs assistance with a permanent restraining order in Warren County NJ, contact us for help. Our attorneys are available immediately to assist you at 973-755-1695 and the initial consultation is always provided free of charge.