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NJ Domestic Violence Lawyer, NJ Restraining Order Lawyer

Jan 12, 2018 @ 10:59 AM — by Michael Green


If you have filed or need to file or have filed against you a New Jersey Domestic Violence Complaint or New Jersey Temporary Restraining Order and need representation for your Final Restraining Order hearing, call us at 732-390-0480 or 201-242-1119 for a free consultation in our Fort Lee or East Brunswick offices.  We offer flat fees for certain services related to your NJ domestic violence complaint or NJ restraining order.  We also offer NJ divorce services and flat fees for specific services as well.  Call us today at Green & Associates with 20 years of litigation experience to help you!

NJ Divorce and Domestic Violence and New Jersey Restraining Orders vs. New York Restraining Orders

Aug 10, 2016 @ 11:05 AM — by Michael Green

NJ Divorce and Domestic Violence and New Jersey Restraining Orders vs. New York Restraining Orders.  Often during a divorce or postjudgment of a New Jersey divorce, parties may have issues with each other which may result in repetitive acts that are annoying to the point of alarm which would meet the standard for a claim of harassment or threats that may rise to the level of terroristic threats.  If the other party does not stop the behavior after being made aware that their behavior is inappropriate, then a filing of a domestic violence complaint may be necessary and warranted.  A Temporary Retraining Order may then be issued by the County Court and a Final Restraining Order hearing is then scheduled for a Judge to determine if the standard of the statutes has been met requiring a Final Restraining Order. 

Divorce, Restraining Orders and Maintenance of Insurance - What You Need to Know

Aug 19, 2015 @ 11:19 AM — by Michael Green

The Rules of the Court provide that pending a divorce the insurance, importantly medical insurance and automobile insurance, of the parties must be maintained.  This is to prevent one of the parties from unilaterally terminating the insurance of another party.  Often times, out of vindictiveness or an attempt to not pay for the other party's insurance a party may choose to terminate insurance.  Most problematic is medical insurance, as often times, the person can not be reinstated on the policy until an enrollment period allows for it, causing a party to be uninsured.  If a medical problem or automobile accident ensues during that period of lack of insurance, the party that terminated the insurance may be responsible for any costs as a result.  If you have an insurance issue during divorce, please call us at Green & Associates at 732-390-0480 in our East Brunswick office or 201-242-1119 in our Fort Lee office.

Divorce in a Setting of Domestic Violence and Temporary Restraining Orders

Aug 11, 2015 @ 07:59 AM — by Michael Green

If you are getting divorced and there have been temporary or final restraining orders filed, there are things you need to know.  Domestic violence may impact a divorce in many ways, including the proceedings that are allowed.  At Green & Associates, as divorce lawyers and family lawyers, we have dealt with many divorces that have a Temporary or Final Restraining order filed, please call us for a free consultation regarding this very important issue at our East Brunswick office at 732-390-0480 or our Fort Lee office at 201-242-1119.