What is Supervised Parenting Time?

Sometimes a judge will give a parent visitation rights, but they come with a catch. These visits need to be supervised, usually by a trained person who is accustomed to watching over supervised parenting time. If you have supervised visitation, you may have questions about your custody arrangement or how to change it. Our parenting time and visitation attorneys in Bergen County, NJ may be able to help you with…Read More

What is Supervised Visitation in the State of New Jersey?

When divorce tears families apart, life still goes on and children typically benefit from spending time with both parents whenever possible. New Jersey has laws and processes in place for parenting time, i.e. visitation, that grant non-custodial parents time with their children. Intent on promoting the child's best interests, the Family Court believes both parents should be involved. If you face the likelihood of being the non-custodial parent, please read…Read More

Child Visitation in New Jersey | What to Know

The court will make decisions regarding visitation rights that will best serve the interests of your child. To learn more about child visitation in New Jersey and how to obtain visitation rights, continue reading and reach out to our experienced New Jersey child custody attorney at Townsend, Tomaio & Newmark. Our legal team is prepared to work tirelessly to achieve the best possible outcome for you and your child. Contact…Read More

Parenting Time: What Holidays and Events You Should Consider

There are few things more important to a parent than spending time with his or her child, and oftentimes, when holidays or other events roll around, parents especially want to see their child. However, after a divorce, both parents will have to compromise as to which holidays which parent will get the child. Below is a short summary of how NJ courts determine child custody, as well as a list…Read More

What are Grandparents’ Rights to Child Visitation in New Jersey?

When parents get divorced, they very often have to endure the litigation process to settle their child custody terms. Usually, both spouses feel as though they are entitled to more time with their child than the other. If one parent was granted sole custody, the other is left fighting for visitation rights. Similarly, when a couple gets divorced, grandparents will also sometimes have limited visitation rights. If you are a…Read More

How Does Child Visitation Work in New Jersey?

If you were in a divorce and your former spouse has obtained sole custody of your children, you most likely have several questions about spending time with your child. No parent wants to have to fight for visitation rights, but sometimes, it’s unavoidable. If you find yourself in this situation, here are some of the questions you may have: What is the difference between sole and joint custody? Generally, when…Read More

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