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Experienced Morristown Chancery Court Lawyer

I represent plaintiffs and defendants in the Chancery Division of the Superior Court of New Jersey, which specializes in granting various equitable or nonmonetary remedies to solve business litigation disputes. Examples include:

  • Temporary restraining orders (TROs)
  • Injunctions
  • Accountings
  • Specific performance of contractual obligations
  • Imposing a constructive trust
  • Appointing special fiscal agents, receivers or provisional directors

Is Your Business Being Threatened?

I assist businesses in securing relief in the Chancery Division as well as businesses that need to defend themselves from claims there. For businesses which are seeking relief there, I can help protect them by seeking TROs, injunctions or other forms of equitable relief against parties that are threatening those businesses. For businesses which need to defend themselves in the Chancery Division, time can be of the essence. An injunction or TRO which prevents you from being able to continue operating can quickly destroy your business. A rapid and effective response is the only way to protect your business.

More Than 20 Years Of Experience Helping New Jersey Business Owners

At The Law Office of John A. Fialcowitz, LLC, I have been serving the business litigation needs of my clients for more than 20 years. I understand the need for urgency and how to secure the results my clients need in a timely fashion. Chancery Division allows for highly specific forms of relief. My experience and my knowledge of the available options allow me to effectively pursue the exact relief you need to protect your business.

Chancery Court Practice Attorney Serving Morristown And Throughout New Jersey

When your best interests are in question in Chancery Court, I can help. To schedule an initial consultation, call 973-813-7227, toll free at 973-813-7227 or contact my office online.