Marlton Child Custody Lawyer

How can I best preserve my relationship with my children in child custody proceedings?

As a parent going through a divorce, your first concern is your children. Will you get to see them often when all is said and done? How will they deal with the emotional stress of these issues?

These issues can often be emotionally charged and adversarial between spouses, but it is important that your child finds stability. At Weinberg, Kaplan & Smith, P.A., we have found the best way to make sure you and your children are protected is through level-headed decision-making that is guided by an experienced attorney.

To this end, we help our clients find negotiable settlements when possible, saving them time, money, and stress in the process. Of course, achieving your goals as our client is always our first priority. If settlement is not an option, we have more than 40 years of experience in litigation behind us to make sure your needs are met in court.

Contact us online or by telephone at 856-375-1586 (toll free at 866-350-9940) to schedule a consultation with an experienced attorney at our firm.

The Parents Education Act and Mandatory Programs in Child Custody Disputes

In New Jersey, lawmakers have recognized a need for more cooperative problem solving in often thorny divorce disputes. As a result, they have initiated mandatory programs for people who have not resolved the custody and/or visitation issues at the inception of their divorce. These programs offer disputing couples access to mental health and custody experts who can provide insight into the emotional nature of these conflicts and the need for reasonable decision-making in the process.

Relocation and New Jersey Statute N.J.S.A. 9:2-1 et seq.

After your divorce is final, it is natural that you may end up taking a job somewhere else, end up in a new relationship, or have family issues that otherwise require you to relocate. This can be a difficult and sometimes heartbreaking situation for you and your children as it only widens the gap between each party in the family. To address the sensitive nature of these concerns, New Jersey Statue N.J.S.A. 9:2-2 requires that a child native to or residing in New Jersey can only be removed from New Jersey with consent from the other parent in a divorce or with an Order of the Court.

Whether you are struggling with initial child custody disputes or need to modify custody agreements, our team is here to walk you through the process and protect your rights. Contact an experienced Marlton child custody lawyer at Weinberg, Kaplan & Smith, P.A.