Divorce, Custody, Child Support, Spousal Support, Alimony Pendente Lite (APL), Alimony, Protection from Abuse ((PFA)(PA)), Domestic Violence Actions ((DV)(NJ), Property/Matrimonial Settlement Agreements, Qualified Domestic Relations Orders (QDRO's), Grandparent Rights
Let RISOLDI LAW OFFICES help you with all of your family law needs. Carla V. Risoldi has been assisting members of the community with this sensitive area of law since 1994 with skill, diligence and compassion. If you have a divorce, custody, child support, spousal support, alimony pendente lite, alimony, property settlement agreements, protection from abuse or Qualified Domestic Relations Orders (QDRO's) issue, trust that Ms. Risoldi will work hard for you to achieve the best possible result with the least expense and upset to your and your children's lives.
Driving Under the Influence, Drug Offenses, Felonies, Misdemeanors, Summary Offenses, Disorderly Persons Offenses, Traffic Offenses, Accelerated Rehabilitative Disposition ((ARD (PA)), Pre-Trial Intervention ((PTI (NJ)), Probation/Violation of Probation (VOP), Expungements
It can be intimidating and frustrating to be charged with a criminal offense. The government has all of the resources, power and can be uncaring and even cruel in their lack of concern for achieving true justice in its quest for a conviction at all costs. You have the right to defend yourself. Sometimes, there could be technical defenses to your case, other times there could be a creative resolution that allow you to have a say in the outcome of your case in a way that works for both you and the government attorney. Carla V. Risoldi is a former Bucks County Assistant District Attorney and has been a criminal defense attorney since 1994. Ms. Risoldi knows the criminal process from every angle and fights for her clients.
Probation, Consent Decrees, Delinquency, Consent Decree, Expungements, Underage Drinking Offenses
Juvenile Court is a process whereby minor defendants are rehabilitated so that they will become productive adult members of the community. While this is a laudable goal, if your child is charged with what would be considered a crime if committed by an adult, there can be consequences including incarceration, driver's license suspensions and that the "adjudication of delinquency", which is similar to and different from an adult-court conviction and which may count as a prior offense if the minor later commits a crime as an adult. It is important to get legal advice to properly navigate the juvenile court and probation system.
Many different situations can lead to driver's license suspensions or revocations, from driving under the influence , refusing chemical testing, or reckless driving to accumulation of points or collateral consequences for drug offenses, underage drinking, etc. If possible, you should consult with an experienced attorney immediately after receiving a suspension notice as appeal remedies can be time-sensitive. Sometimes a suspension or revocation can be avoided entirely or shortened, back credit obtained or the license can be restored. It is always a good idea to consult with an experienced attorney to see if anything can be done to help you get your driving privileges restored.
Driver's Licensing Issues & Traffic Court
Occupational Limited Licenses, Probationary Licenses, Restoration of Driving Privileges, Speeding Tickets, Moving Violations, Driving Under Suspension, Chemical Testing Refusals