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Restraining Order Attorneys in Morris County NJ

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Domestic violence and restraining order issues in Morris County can be overwhelming. Regardless of whether you are the victim of domestic violence or you are alleged to have perpetrated a predicate act of domestic violence, your case will be handled in the County Superior Court that has jurisdiction over the case, that is either in the county in which the parties reside or the county in which the alleged acts of domestic violence occurred. Click here to learn more about when a particular court will have jurisdiction over a restraining order case. Over the years, the domestic violence attorneys at the Tormey Law Firm have handled numerous restraining order cases in Morris County and they’re ready to help you get a restraining order or defend you against an allegation of domestic violence. Our Morris County NJ restraining order attorneys represent clients in Dover, Denville, Mount Olive, Parsippany, and Morristown. For more information, contact our Morristown office now for a free initial consultation at (908)-336-5008.

Here is a review from one of the many satisfied clients of the Tormey Law Firm: 

“Travis is a Magician once he walks into Court and goes out of his way to ensure we WIN. He is a keen listener and made sure in getting the best information from me to argue my case. Being a novice in Court, Travis made me feel confident each time I had to be present in court. He has been very client centric and supportive even post completion of my legal proceedings, whenever I have required clarifications on how my concluded legal proceedings will have an impact on certain areas of my life, he has offered his advice in a timely and patient manner. All that being said, what makes Travis different is he has got the experience, knowledge and the fight in him to WIN. Thanks Travis. Be the Best.” – C.R. 

Here are several Morris County NJ restraining order matters that our attorneys successfully handled:

MORRIS COUNTY SUPERIOR COURT

Domestic violence cases and hearings for restraining orders in Morris County will be heard at the Morris County Superior Court. The Morris County Superior Court is located at Washington & Court Streets, Morristown, NJ 07960-0910
is open from 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. and can be contacted at (973) 656-4000. Click here for more information regarding the Morris County Superior Court. For directions to the Morris County Superior Court, click here.

MORRIS COUNTY FAMILY COURT – DOMESTIC VIOLENCE UNIT

Any restraining order cases in Morris County Court will be handled by a Judge who sits in the Family Part of the Chancery Division of the Morris County Superior Court. The Presiding Judge of the Morris and Sussex County Family Part is the Honorable Maritza Berdote Byrne P.J.F.P., whose chambers can be contacted at 973-656-3944. The Morris County Family Part also has a Domestic Violence Unit with court staff dedicated to domestic violence and restraining order cases that can be contacted at 973- 656-4345. Click here for more information on the Morris County Family Court.

MORRIS COUNTY PROSECUTOR’S OFFICE DOMESTIC VIOLENCE UNIT

The Morris County Prosecutor’s Office is also available for assistance with domestic violence cases and may prosecute criminal charges against those accused of perpetrating crimes related to domestic violence or criminal contempt charges against anyone accused of violating the terms of a temporary or final restraining order in Morris County. The Morris County Prosecutor’s Office Domestic Violence Unit is located at in the Morris County Administration Building, 10 Court Street, 3rd Floor, Morristown, NJ 07960 and can be contacted at 973-285-6191. For more information on the Morris County Prosecutor’s Office and how it handles cases of domestic violence, click here.

DOMESTIC VIOLENCE RESOURCES AND SERVICES IN MORRIS COUNTY

If you’re the victim of domestic violence in Morris County, don’t hesitate to call the confidential 24 hour National Domestic Violence Hotline at 1-800-799-SAFE (7233)
or the New Jersey Domestic Violence Hotline at 1-800-572-SAFE (7233). And click on the following link for the New Jersey Coalition to End Domestic Violence to learn about what services and resources are available to victims of domestic violence in Morris County.

The Jersey Battered Women’s Service (JBWS) is located in Morristown and is ready to provide shelter, transitional housing, counseling and advocacy services to victims of domestic violence in Morris County. JBWS can be contacted 24/7 at 973-267-4763. JBWS also provides batterers intervention counseling to those that have perpetrated domestic violence. To learn more about JBWS, click here. For more anger Management, counseling, and family services in Morris County, click on the following link.

In addition to the locally available domestic violence services in Morris County, there are also statewide and national services for the victims of domestic violence in Morris County. In New Jersey, the Department of Children and Families’ Division on Women, Office of Domestic Violence Services funds twenty-three domestic violence programs and the New Jersey Coalition for Battered Women. Click on the following links to learn more about New Jersey’s Office of Domestic Violence Services, the Coalition for Battered Women, or the National Coalition Against Domestic Violence.

LEGAL SERVICES FOR VICTIMS OF DOMESTIC VIOLENCE IN MORRIS COUNTY

The Legal Services of Northwest Jersey, Morris County Office is available to assist the victims of domestic violence in Morris County with legal issues. The Morris County Office is located at 30 Schuyler Place, 2nd Floor, Morristown, NJ 07963
Phone: (973) 285-6911,

How do I file a Restraining Order Morris County NJ?

If you are the victim of domestic violence in Morris County and you need a restraining order, you can request a temporary restraining order at the Morris County Courthouse, Domestic Violence Unit, between the hours of 8:30 am to 3:00 pm. After 3:00 pm, on weekends or holidays contact your local police department. Click here for the contact information for local police departments in Morris County.

Visit Our Offices

With offices in Hackensack, Morristown, Newark, Middletown, and New Brunswick, our lawyers can represent you anywhere in New Jersey and are available immediately to assist you at (908)-336-5008

Hackensack / Bergen County

254 State Street
Hackensack, NJ 07601

  • 201-556-1570
  • 201-556-1572
Hackensack Office

Morristown / Morris County

60 Washington St Suite 200A,
Morristown, NJ 07960

  • 908-336-5008
  • 201-556-1572
Morristown Office

Newark / Essex County

1 Gateway Center Suite 2600
Newark, NJ 07102

  • 201-654-3464
  • 201-556-1572
Newark Office

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Travis J. Tormey is a distinguished member of the legal community and a respected legal resource on domestic violence. He has been featured in a variety of prominent publications and media outlets, including CBS radio, Aol News, the Asbury Park Press, NJ.com, and the Daily Record. Mr. Tormey has also been recognized as one of the the top criminal attorneys under 40 years of age by the National Trial Lawyers Association and the National Academy of Criminal Defense Attorneys. Whether representing victims or the wrongly accused, Travis remains passionately committed to protecting the rights of the innocent.

Areas we serve

The Tormey Law Firm LLC handles restraining order cases in Bergen County (Hackensack), Morris County (Morristown), Passaic County (Paterson), Union County (Elizabeth), Hudson County (Jersey City), Middlesex County (New Brunswick), Somerset County (Somerville), Sussex County (Newton), Essex County (Newark), Hunterdon County (Flemington), Mercer County (Trenton), Monmouth County (Freehold), Warren County (Belvidere), Ocean County (Toms River), Burlington County (Mount Holly), and throughout NJ.

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