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Zappaunbulso v. Zappaunbulso

367 N.J. Super. 216 (2004)

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Zappaunbulso v. Zappaunbulso

New Jersey Superior Court, Appellate Division

367 N.J. Super. 216 (2004)

Facts

Alisa Zappaunbulso (plaintiff) was married to Anthony Zappaunbulso (defendant). Alisa obtained a divorce from Anthony on the grounds of extreme cruelty. After the divorce, Alisa obtained three separate temporary restraining orders against Anthony based on incidents of domestic violence, including that Anthony kicked down a bathroom door, threw chairs and other furniture in front of their young children, called constantly, appeared at her house without warning, and banged on doors. The temporary restraining orders imposed various restrictions, including a prohibition from going to Alisa’s home except at designated times to pick up or drop off their children. Alisa then learned that Anthony planned to rent a home in Alisa’s neighborhood. Alisa filed a motion seeking an order prohibiting Anthony from renting the home, based on his history of violence and stalking. Alisa alleged that Anthony would be able to see and watch Alisa’s home from the rental. After the motion was filed but before the trial court ruled, Anthony moved into the rental home. Anthony also made threatening comments to Alisa about living nearby. After a hearing on the motion, the trial court entered another injunction, which required Anthony to move out of the rental home and out of the neighborhood within 30 days. Anthony appealed.

Rule of Law

Issue

Holding and Reasoning (Reisner, J.)

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