New Jersey Domestic Violence Lawyer
Protecting Victims of Domestic Abuse in Bergen County
Domestic violence is a very serious matter, and if you are the victim of this action, then you could be entitled to pursue a divorce and even relocation of your family in some cases. There are many different actions that are classified as domestic violence. Threats of violence, physical violence, verbal abuse, neglect, and others could be considered domestic violence. One other element that must be considered in this case is the relationship of the abuser to you.
According to New Jersey courts, domestic relationships may involve:
- Current or former spouses
- Current or former dating couples
- Individuals who share a child in common
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If you have been the victim of domestic violence, then it is essential for you to speak with our Bergen County divorce attorneys at Moskowitz Law Group, LLC to discuss your options and to learn what provisions may be made for your future. Extreme cruelty is a ground for divorce in this state and you may be able to obtain a restraining order to ensure your safety and the safety of your family during this difficult process. You may be able to receive a move-away order so that you may pursue a better life away from your abuser.
Moskowitz Law Group, LLC: Exclusively Practicing Family Law
Our Hackensack family law attorneys are dedicated to providing excellent service and representation to our clients. Your case is important to us and you can be sure that we will stand by you and work tirelessly to ensure your future is secured. Our firm has been serving the residents of Hackensack, Morristown, and cities throughout Bergen County for a number of years. We have limited our practice exclusively to divorce and family law matters so you may be sure that we understand this area of law thoroughly. Let us put our more than 50 years of combined experience to work for you – contact us today! Results May Vary Depending On Your Particular Facts and Legal Circumstances.