Domestic Violence Articles

Domestic Violence

Category: Domestic Violence

My Ex Keeps Stalking Me

Author: Nicole Casciola and Rosanne DeTorres

Stalking has been defined as a course of conduct that is directed at one person that would cause a reasonable person to feel fear. Stalking is a pattern of ...

High conflict divorce

Author: Nicole Casciola and Erin DeGeorge

We often hear the phrase "high conflict divorce", but what makes a divorce high conflict? In these situations, the parties are engaging in certain behaviors...

Co-Parent Harassment

Author: Nicole Casciola and Erin DeGeorge

Harassment can be defined as any unwanted behavior, physical, verbal or even suggestive behavior that makes a reasonable person feel uncomfortable, upset,...

EMOTIONAL ABUSE AND DOMESTIC VIOLENCE

Author: Nicole Casciola and Erin DeGeorge

At times, people are involved in a cycle of abuse and may not even realize that they are victims of domestic violence. Not only do victims tend to believe that...

Filing For Divorce After Domestic Violence

Author: Rosanne S. DeTorres

If you are seeking a divorce because you have been the victim of domestic violence, you have some options that you need to be aware of. Filing for divorce...

What is Attorney-Client Privilege?

Author: Rosanne S. DeTorres

Attorney-client privilege is a concept that generally says that clients have a right to expect that everything they tell their lawyer will be kept in strictest...

How to File an Emergency Restraining Order

Author: Rosanne S. DeTorres

Our skilled New Jersey family lawyers file emergency protective orders Spouses, children, and other family members have rights if a husband, father, or...

Divorcing an Emotionally Abusive Husband

Author: Rosanne S. DeTorres

Divorcing an emotionally abusive husband requires a lot of preparation and hard work. You need to admit that your spouse is being abusive. Abuse isn’t just...

Emotional Abuse and Child Custody in New Jersey

Author: Rosanne S. DeTorres

In New Jersey, the family judge will consider emotional abuse in deciding physical and legal child custody of your child. The New Jersey child custody statute...

Divorcing a Physically Abusive Husband

Author: Rosanne S. DeTorres

Your rights to divorce after physical abuse Spouses should never have to live in fear of physical harm from their spouse. Any spouse who is being assaulted or...

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Gambling Addiction and Divorce: Divorcing a Gambler

What is a compulsive gambler? Compulsive gambling has been characterized as a progressive behavior disorder, where a person has an uncontrollable fixation and urge to gamble, as well as an emotional dependence on gambling and a complete loss of control. Someone with a gambling disorder is known as...

June 14, 2024 Read More

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What is walkaway wife syndrome?

Walk away wife syndrome is a term used to describe a wife’s behavior when she abruptly ends a relationship without first attempting to resolve conflicts. Walk away wife syndrome is also often referred to as neglected wife’s syndrome or sudden divorce syndrome. Neglected wife syndrome, lonely...

June 7, 2024 Read More

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Adultery and Divorce in New Jersey

Grounds for divorce in New Jersey There are two types of divorce in New Jersey: “no fault divorce” and  “at fault divorce.” Adultery and the law No fault divorce is possible if the married couple establishes irreconcilable differences for a period of six months or more. It is also...

May 17, 2024 Read More

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