Her dad molested her And I went to court (still fighting this, he denied it). He also was very abusive towards me during our time together, and I feel he will be abusive with my daughter too. He lives in an apartment that any one from his family go to when they don't have a place. So, I will not... Read more »
Thank you for your question. There are options available concerning supervised parenting time. The issue would ultimately be decided by a court, unless he agreed to it, wherein a judge would make a determination based upon the best interest of your child. Additional facts are necessary to better...Read more »
I was assaulted yesterday by my brother and I had to have him arrested. He was charged with domestic violence because I had injuries that had to be taken care of. When I went to the hospital they glued the cuts in my ear and I had severe swelling. I also had a lump on my head which was all... Read more »
First of all you need to retain an experienced matrimonial attorney to represent you in seeking the Final Restraining Order, who has extensive trial experience. While it is true that social security is generally exempt from creditor's claims, if you also work with an experienced criminal defense...Read more »
She showed me a knives in a verbal fight and threat me to call the police. I grabbed her hands and took the knives then she started to attacked me. when I was trying to dial the police number she runs out of the house yelling to call the police because I was hitting her. My t shirt was ripe, and I... Read more »
Yes it is a crime to give a police officer any law enforcement officer your incorrect name she should have given her first middle and last name not just her middle and last to make it like she is a different person. that being said if you were charged with a crime her being charged with one also...Read more »
Trying to represent yourself in Court is a bad idea. Not only are you emotionally involved, but you are not a trained attorney. You do not know the Court Rules, Rules of Evidence, case law, nor are you trained how to handle a legal case, especially if litigation is involved. You need to retain an...Read more »
You need to retain an experienced matrimonial attorney, with extensive domestic violence trial experience to help you and represent you in this case. Do not let geographic restrictions get in the way of retaining the best attorney. Pick the best attorney you can find and remember one rule: a good...Read more »
You need to each retain an experienced matrimonial attorney, with extensive domestic violence trial experience to handle this matter, otherwise there is no telling what could happen and it still may not end well without counsel. Do not let geographic restrictions get in the way of retaining the...Read more »
Trying to represent yourself in any legal proceeding, especially a domestic violence matter is unwise, to put it charitably. You need an in-person consultation with an experienced matrimonial attorney who has extensive domestic violence trial experience. A conviction for a Final Restraining Order...Read more »
If this behavior persist and it has never been addressed, it could impact custody aspects of a divorce. Based on your circumstances, it would be best to contact an experienced family law attorney to address your specific concerns and ensure you understand your...Read more »
Some matters can be resolved by post Judgment motions, other issues require more than motions. You need to retain an experienced matrimonial attorney and have an in person consultation. Pick the best lawyer you can find and remember one rule: a good lawyer is generally never cheap, and a cheap...Read more »
What happens to someone if you’ve recently filed a domestic dispute but haven’t gone to court and you call again a month later for another dispute. Will they serve jail time? Even if you choose to drop it?
You will probably get to keep the kids at least temporarily, but that can be up to the cops if they want to call the division of child protective services if they feel that you should not have the kids.
Yes they are required to do so by statute. The New Jersey Security and Financial Empowerment Act “NJ SAFE Act” is a job protection statute that provides 20 days of protected unpaid leave for an employee who is the victim of domestic violence or sexual assault, or, whose child, parent, spouse,...Read more »
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