Allenhurst Borough Lawyer

Driving While Your License is Suspended in Allenhurst, NJ

Gavel BookWhen your driver’s license has been suspended that means it is illegal to drive in New Jersey under any circumstances.  A driver’s license may be suspended or revoked for numerous reasons.  If you have a certain number of points for traffic violations that have accumulated on your license, the license will be automatically suspended.  If you commit an offense, such as driving while intoxicated (DWI) or reckless driving, your license also will be suspended for a period of time.  Additionally, the failure to pay motor vehicle surcharges, the nonpayment of child support or the failure to appear in court may all result in a license suspension.

The penalties for driving with a suspended license can range from an extension of the suspension for six months to jail time.  The best thing you can do if your license has been suspended is to try to have it reinstated so that it is legal for you to drive again.  If you are seeking to have your license reinstated or if you have been charged with driving with a suspended license you should contact an experienced Allenhurst Borough Municipal Court attorney by calling Villani & DeLuca today for a free consultation.

Weapons Possession Charges in NJ

In New Jersey, you can be charged with weapons possession if you were in possession of a weapon and used it in a way that the law does not allow.  A weapon can be classified as anything that can be used in a lethal manner or inflict serious bodily injury.  The severity of a weapons charge is determined by the type of weapon that was in the person’s possession.  Since all weapons possession cases are different, however, it is imperative that you contact an experienced attorney to provide you with the best defense.  At the law offices of Villani & DeLuca, we have several attorneys ready to review your weapons charge and prepare your defense.  Contact our experienced criminal defense attorneys today for a free consultation by calling 732-965-3350.

Child Custody in Allenhurst Borough

One of the most significant aspects of a divorce is determining who will retain custody of the children after the marriage is over.  There are two different types of custody: legal and physical.  Legal custody is the right to make major decisions about your child including decisions such as medical care and where a child attends school.  Physical custody refers to who your child lives with on a daily basis.  Many times the parties to a divorce will end up sharing legal custody with one parent being granted physical custody.  When deciding with which parent a child should reside, courts will look at what is in the best interest of the child or children involved.  In Allenhurst Borough, parties to a divorce where child custody is an issue will need to show why their claim for a specific custody arrangement benefits the child or children involved.  If you are involved in a divorce, you should contact a lawyer immediately.  The experienced Allenhurst, NJ family law attorneys at Villani & DeLuca can ensure that your rights are being protected throughout the divorce process.

Experienced Allenhurst Borough Attorneys

The law firm of Villani & DeLuca represents clients throughout Monmouth and Ocean Counties in the practice areas of criminal defense, family law and DWI.  If you have a need for an attorney to assist you in a criminal matter, a divorce, child custody case or other family law matter in Allenhurst, NJ, you should contact an attorney at our firm for a free consultation by calling 732-965-3350.