Always Have an Agreement Ready Prior to an FRO Hearing

I have learned that you always have to be prepared to resolve a Final Restraining Hearing on the day of trial.  There are usually only 10 days between a court issuing a Temporary Restraining Order and the hearing for a Final Restraining Order.

These are emotional parties that had to resort to a court proceeding to resolve personal issues.  I recently had a Final Restraining Order Hearing in Passaic County where the parties had several issues that including visitation and custody.

I met with my client and prepared an Agreement so that way I had it prepared if I was able to resolve these issues with the other party. I spoke to the other party and was able to have both parties agree to dismiss their final restraining orders and agree on visitation on the same agreement.

If you or someone you know is facing a Final Restraining Order Hearing call the Law Offices of Chirag D. Mehta, LLC. at 201-688-0667 or email at as soon as possible to avoid having a restraining order for the rest of your life.