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Get Rid of Old Restraining Order Warren County NJ

File a Motion to Vacate a Final Restraining Order (FRO) in Belvidere, NJ

Remove Restraining Order Warren County NJ

Warren County Restraining Order

Do you need assistance removing an old restraining order that was issued against you in the Warren County Superior Court located in Belvidere NJ? We can help. Here is a case we successfully handled for a client recently there.

A client retained us in 2018 to file a motion to remove an old final restraining order (FRO) that was issued against him in 2011 in Warren County. This was an ex-girlfriend who he has had no contact with since then. In addition, he moved in 2012 to North Carolina where he is now married, gainfully employed, and has a one-year-old child to care for. In addition, his wife works at a military base and he has been prohibited from entering the base because of the restraining order.

We filed a motion to remove this restraining order. It must be filed in the county in which it was issued. According to court rule, we must order and attach a transcript of the initial hearing so that this new judge can examine the facts of the original case. We laid out all the facts and circumstances in our brief and all of the reasons that this should now be dismissed as it is no longer necessary to protect the plaintiff. Also according to court rule, we served a copy of our motion papers on the plaintiff so she can object to the restraining order being lifted and appear in court for the hearing if she wants to.

In this case, the opposite happened. After receiving our motion papers and brief, the plaintiff decided that she agreed with us and she voluntarily went to the court and dismissed the restraining order herself. As a result, our motion was moot and no longer had to be ruled on by the judge. The case was dismissed.

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This was a great result for our client and the law firm. If you need assistance with a restraining order case in Warren County, contact us now for a free initial consultation at 908-336-5008.

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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

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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.

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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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