What to Know About Parental Alienation in New Jersey

If your former spouse is badmouthing you to your child in an attempt to manipulate them into distrusting or fearing you, continue reading to learn how parental alienation can affect your child custody agreement. If you require assistance from our skilled New Jersey child custody attorney, give our firm a call today. What are examples of parental alienation? Parental alienation can include the following patterns or actions: A parent instilling…Read More

How Does Substance Abuse Affect Child Custody in NJ?

If you believe your former spouse has a substance abuse problem or if you have a substance abuse problem yourself, it may affect your child custody agreement. Continue reading to discover the types of child custody granted in New Jersey, how child custody is determined in the state, and what effect substance abuse may have on your child custody agreement. What are the types of child custody in New Jersey?…Read More

What Should I do if D.C.P.&P. Tries to Take My Child?

If someone has filed a report against you, it is possible that the Department of Child Protection and Permanency will launch an investigation into your family. If this has happened to you, you should immediately seek assistance from an experienced New Jersey family law attorney to walk you through each step of the way. We are confident in our ability to fight for our clients and prove they are fit…Read More

Temporary Child Custody During Divorce

Any divorce settlement agreement that includes children will include a plan for child custody. However, when you are proceeding through a divorce, there is a temporary child custody agreement put into place for this specific time period. You are within your rights to proceed with your divorce or a temporary custody motion without legal representation, in matters as critical as many divorce issues such as child custody, child support, alimony,…Read More

How is child custody determined in New Jersey?

Child custody issues are complex and vary from family to family. No parent wants to lose valuable time with their child. It is understandable to want to fight over custody for this reason alone. It is important to understand all the aspects of how custody is determined in New Jersey for the best possible outcome for you and your children. Continue reading to answer any questions you might have about…Read More

What Happens if My Former Spouse Violates Our Child Custody Agreement?

There is nothing more important to parents than their children. If you believe your former spouse is violating your child custody agreement, please read on and reach out to our experienced New Jersey family law attorneys to learn more about how we can help you. Here are some of the questions you may have: What are some examples of violating a child custody agreement? There are various ways in which…Read More

Substance Abuse and Child Custody in New Jersey | What You Need to Know

If you are a parent with a substance abuse problem, or you believe your former spouse has a substance abuse problem, there is a very good chance this may impact your child custody agreement. Please continue reading and speak with our experienced Bergen County family law attorneys to learn more. Here are some of the questions you may have: What are the different types of child custody in New Jersey?…Read More

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