Domestic Violence And Restraining Orders

If domestic violence is an issue, the professionals at LaRocca Hornik Rosen Greenberg & Crupi, LLC can assist you. We have extensive experience in helping clients deal with issues such as assault, child abuse and injunctions.

From offices in Freehold and Red Bank, we advise and represent clients throughout central New Jersey. Call us at 732-246-2112 to schedule a consultation.

“Decisions with regard to divorce are difficult. Domestic violence complicates matters. If you are experiencing domestic violence, it’s very important to work with a domestic violence lawyer who can help you receive the fair treatment you deserve. If domestic violence has led you to the decision of divorce, we will work with you to ensure your safety.” — Michele Crupi

When it comes to domestic violence, we regularly represent clients in obtaining restraining orders. We are also experts in prosecuting domestic violence cases in municipal court. In cases of domestic assault, cases must often be thoroughly investigated and prepared for trial within 10 days. No matter what type of crisis you are experiencing, we will do everything we can to protect you and your rights.

Temporary Restraining Orders And Other Injunctions

Being granted a temporary restraining order (TRO) is a relatively simple process. However, if you require a permanent or final restraining order (FRO), you will need to demonstrate that in court. If you are being threatened, abused, or you are in danger of being abused, we will aggressively present your case to assure your safety.

If You Have An Injunction Placed Against You

Making a false accusation about child abuse to seek a restraining order is one of the oldest tricks in divorce cases that involve child custody disputes. If you are the subject of a restraining order, your rights can be significantly restricted and will impact your divorce case if you are found to be a domestic violence offender. If someone is inappropriately seeking a restraining order against you, or you’re accused of violating a restraining order, we will represent you and work to ensure your rights are protected.

Get Legal Help Today

Protect your rights, your children and your property. Call us at 732-246-2112 or send an email to schedule a consultation with a domestic violence attorney.