What to do if my husband was granted a FRO but he has the history of domestic violence?

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What to do if my husband was granted a FRO but he has the history of domestic violence?

I was made to leave our home he has temporary custody of the children it is ridiculious. I have met with him numerous times and have even stayed in our marital home with him and the children. He has contacted me 100’s of times. what can I do without getting myself in trouble. He refuses to drop the restraining order claiming it gives him more leverage in a divorce.

Asked on July 24, 2013 under Criminal Law, New Jersey

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James Maynard / Maynard Law Office, LLC

Answered 8 years ago | Contributor

You definitely have a complicated situation.  For this type of matter, you should speak with a family law attorney.


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