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Vacating a Final Restraining Order in New Jersey

Once a Final Restraining Order is granted in New Jersey, it has no expiration date and lasts indefinitely. However, under certain circumstances, you may be able to return to court to vacate (dismiss) the FRO.

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If you have a Final Restraining Order against you in New Jersey, you should consult an experienced New Jersey family lawyer to determine if it worthwhile to file a motion to vacate that order.

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