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Resolving Domestic Violence Issues

No person should have to live in fear of domestic violence. If you have been subjected to abuse or you have been threatened, you should seek a restraining order to obtain the protection you need.

If you need to speak with a lawyer about obtaining or opposing the issuance of a restraining order, contact Heymann & Fletcher. We are sensitive to the needs of abuse victims and will work diligently to secure the protection you need.

We provide a free consultation to discuss your case and help you determine your best course of action. To schedule your free consultation, contact our law office in Randolph, New Jersey.

Help Is Available For Victims Of Domestic Violence

We understand that domestic violence can tear families apart and create tremendous fear and anxiety for adults and children. New Jersey law provides critical relief for victims of domestic violence. A restraining order may:

  • Prohibit an abuser from making further contact in person, by phone, by email or by other means of communication with the protected party
  • Grant exclusive use and possession of the home to the protected party
  • Establish a temporary custody order
  • Establish a temporary support order
  • Order such other relief as the court deems necessary

You do not have to face this difficult problem alone. Let us put our experience to work for you. Contact us today for assistance.

Have You Been Accused Of Domestic Violence? We Can Help.

If you have been accused of domestic violence and a temporary restraining order has been issued, do not delay. The sooner you contact our firm, the sooner we can review the facts of your case to build a strong case on your behalf.

Obtaining experienced legal counsel is critical. Even if your spouse has not yet filed for divorce, you should assume that a divorce is a very real possibility. If a court makes a finding that you have committed an act of domestic violence, it will significantly impact your rights. In addition to the restrictive terms of the restraining order, the court's finding of domestic violence will likely play a significant role in your divorce, including your custody and visitation rights.

Contact Us For Assistance

We represent clients throughout northern New Jersey. To speak with a Morris County domestic violence attorney at our firm, call 862-781-0029 or toll free at 800-481-8549. You may also contact us by email.