Supervised Parenting Time in a New Jersey Divorce. There are times during an NJ divorce where supervised parenting time may become necessary due to domestic violence, drug or alcohol abuse. In these instances, parenting time may be supervised by the courts or a family member trusted by the parent of primary residence. Generally, there is an issue as to pickup and dropoffs of the children which may have to be done at a police station and which have at an issue the substance abuse of a parent, so the supervisor must be driving. The NJ Family Courts allow for supervised parenting time on Saturdays at the courts, there is also the option of using a paid service for supervision of parenting time. Regardless, if you have a NJ divorce where you believe you need supervised parenting time, call Green & Associates at 732-390-0480 or 201-242-1119 in our Fort Lee or East Brunswick divorce and family law offices for a free consultation regarding your New Jersey supervised parenting time issue and speak to our NJ divorce lawyer and NJ divorce attorney about your New Jersey divorce today and any issues of child custody and parenting time that you may have.
Oct 1, 2016 @ 08:59 AM — by Michael Green