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Monmouth County Domestic Violence Attorneys

Domestic violence is one of the most tragic and delicate family law matters we handle. Helping victims of domestic violence obtain the protection they need is of the utmost importance to our firm. Representing persons wrongfully accused of domestic violence is also critically important. Paone Zaleski & Murphy is here to help. Our attorneys act as compassionate and strong advocates who are ready to fight for your rights. Contact our domestic violence attorneys today for strong legal representation when you need it most.

Domestic Violence Attorneys Serving Monmouth County & all of New Jersey

If you’re a victim of domestic violence, you need to understand that you do have options, and our firm is here to help protect you and your family. Our domestic violence attorneys have extensive experience getting victims to safety, and we’re here to help you as well.

New Jersey Domestic Violence Laws

New Jersey takes domestic violence very seriously. Persons accused of domestic violence face severe legal consequences. In addition to being evicted from his or her residence, a domestic violence complaint can lead to the assessment of money damages, counsel fees, and other economic repercussions. Child custody, support, use of marital assets, and other forms of emergent relief may also be regularly addressed during these proceedings. Because the stakes are so high and the implications vast, you need an experienced domestic violence attorney to inform you of your rights and to obtain justice and protection.

Restraining Orders

A person can request a temporary restraining order for a variety of reasons, some of which include:

  • Harassment
  • Assault
  • Terroristic threats
  • Stalking
  • Criminal mischief
  • Criminal trespass
  • Sexual assault
  • Criminal restraint
  • False imprisonment

When a temporary restraining order is issued, the court will hear the case within 10 days. As a result, both sides are under time pressure in defending and prosecuting these cases. In fact, very few cases in our legal system move with the speed of domestic violence hearings. It is critical that you retain an attorney who is prepared to work expeditiously on your matter and to treat these cases with the importance they deserve.

Contact a Monmouth County domestic violence attorney

Whether you are a victim of domestic violence or whether you have been wrongfully accused of domestic violence, you need an experienced attorney to represent you in these very important legal matters. At Paone Zaleski & Murphy, we are dedicated to representing you and to protecting your legal rights in domestic violence cases of all types. Contact Paone Zaleski & Murphy today for strong legal representation.

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