Representing Your Rights At A TRO Hearing
A temporary restraining order (TRO) has serious legal consequences. A TRO can grant the legal right to have the accused removed from the home on very short notice. Within approximately 10 days, a hearing is scheduled to determine whether a final restraining order (FRO) should be granted.
Domestic violence charges are serious and can result in criminal charges that may permanently affect your legal rights. Obtaining effective legal representation from our experienced New Jersey domestic violence and family law lawyers at the onset of the process is critical.
Protecting Your Interests At The Domestic Violence Hearing
When it comes to a domestic violence hearing, there are many legal and personal issues that arise for both parties. When representing the accuser, their safety, along with their children’s safety is our top priority. When our lawyers represent the accused, there is a legal threat of a criminal record, the right to enter a home, and even the loss of the right to own weapons is at stake.
At Weiner Law Group LLP, our team is committed to achieving the best results for our clients, and we have the experience to navigate the courts in New Jersey.
Are you dealing with domestic violence at home or while going through a divorce? Contact our experienced team of New Jersey domestic violence lawyers at 866-899-1138 to protect you in this troubling time. Whether you are a victim or facing charges, our team knows how to help you.