Vacating an Old Final Restraining Order in Morris, Essex, and Sussex Counties New Jersey

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Final Restraining Orders in New Jersey are permanent and can ruin a person’s life years after the event occurred.  When a temporary restraining order is issued by a judge, the defendant has 10 (ten) days to either retain the services of a private attorney or handle the hearing themselves. Often … Read More

Always Have an Agreement Ready Prior to an FRO Hearing

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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 … Read More

TRO Dismissed

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The importance of seeking representation when defending a TRO cannot be overstated.  When a TRO is issued an FRO (Final Restraining Order) date is scheduled 10 days after. This does not give the defendant much time, but he or she should use that time and select an experienced attorney that … Read More

Educating the Community

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On Thursday June 22, 2017 I had an amazing opportunity to be on TV5 and ManaTV a Telegu (South Indian) television station, to broadly discuss a variety of legal issues affecting the Indian community in the United States.   It has been an honor to work alongside Ms. Laxmi Devineni … Read More