Aggressively Protecting Clients in the New Jersey Courts for More than 30 Years.
No one should live in fear from a domestic partner, which is why the law firm of Brause, Brause & Ventrice, L.L.C., takes domestic violence seriously, as do the New Jersey courts. Whether you need to file a restraining order to protect yourself and your family, or whether you are falsely accused of domestic violence, our Middlesex County domestic violence lawyers can zealously protect your rights under the New Jersey Prevention of Domestic Violence Act (PDVA). We understand that fear and intimidation often keep victims of domestic violence from seeking help, but we can promise strong and swift representation when your safety — or your reputation — is at stake.Are you in a relationship that falls within the protections of the Prevention of Domestic Violence Act?
Individuals who are protected under the PDVA must meet one of the following criteria:
Contact a family law attorney right away to protect yourself and your family if you are being subjected to domestic violence.How is domestic violence defined under the Prevention of Domestic Violence Act?
Domestic violence is defined as the occurrence of one or more of the following acts inflicted upon a person protected under the PDVA by an adult or an emancipated minor:
To obtain a final restraining order in New Jersey, one must prove that an act of domestic violence has been committed against them, and that a restraining order is necessary to protect them or their property from immediate danger or further acts of domestic violence. The court considers the following factors:
A domestic violence attorney at the Middlesex County firm of Brause, Brause & Ventrice, L.L.C. can help you with this process.Have you been wrongfully accused of domestic violence by your ex?
In the wake of a bad breakup, ex boyfriends and ex girlfriends are capable of some truly reprehensible behavior, which may include filing false domestic violence charges. We have found creative ways to utilize emails, text messages, telephone messages, and even posts on social media such as Facebook to prove our clients’ innocence by using their ex’s communications to demonstrate their true improper motive for filing false charges.Learn more from our firm’s Middlesex County domestic violence attorneys
Brause, Brause & Ventrice, L.L.C. takes pride in its New Jersey roots, serving Middlesex County and the surrounding communities, including Metuchen, Woodbridge and East Brunswick. For a free consultation with a domestic violence lawyer in Middlesex County, call our firm at 732-767-0044 or contact us online today.