Child Custody and Parenting Time, Experts and Consent Orders - What You Have to be Careful About. When entering into consent orders regarding the appointment of experts in the future, you have to be careful that you will be able to afford those experts. If you are not the party principally making the money in the family, in a divorce context, or otherwise, you have to be concerned that you will be put in a position where you will not be able to essentially defend your arguments on custody and parenting time, if you cannot afford to pay for the expert that you have agreed upon. Be thoughtful in your early decisions in a divorce or domestic violence process, so you don't agree upon something that you cannot follow through with later on in the process. Generally, it is more cost efficient to agree upon a joint expert for the parties as you will not have a battle of the experts as regards child custody and parenting time in the future. If you are looking for an NJ divorce attorney or NJ divorce lawyer to assist you with your choice of an expert, please call us at Green & Associates.
Feb 3, 2016 @ 11:44 AM — by Michael Green