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New Jersey Child Custody Plenary Hearings

Apr 17, 2017 @ 04:00 PM — by Michael Green

If you have a child custody matter, call us at Green & Associates in our East Brunswick Family Law office or our Fort Lee Family Law office at 732-390-0480 or 201-242-1119 for a free consultation.

Often child custody matters require the engagement of an expert for a best interest assessment of the parties and the children at issue.  A court may appoint an expert or the parties may consent or agree upon an expert.  

Child custody issues require reviewing where the parties live, where the children attend school, and ultimately what is in the best interests of the children as regards custody and parenting time with the parties.  Past history and the status quo is important in that evaluation.  

The age of the children will be determinative as to whether or not the Court takes into account where the children wish to live and with whom as well.  Generally, until the children are thirteen years of age or older, the Court does not take into account their wishes. 

Police Testimony at a New Jersey Child Custody Trial in a NJ Divorce

Nov 15, 2016 @ 09:00 AM — by Michael Green

Police Testimony at a New Jersey Child Custody Trial in a New Jersey Divorce

In some trials involving child custody or domestic violence situtaions or other matters in a New Jersey divorce, there may be as a witness a police officer.  That police officer will be subpoened and give testimony.  Generally, they will have previously submitted a report regarding what they witnessed regarding the case and that report will contain the information also told to them by the parties involved.  Prior to the police officer giving that testimony in a New Jersey Family Court your attorney may discuss with them what they are going to say as to the New Jersey child custody or New Jersey divorce matter.  If you have a case where you believe a police officer may have to testify at your New Jersey child custody trial, call us at Green & Associates, 732-390-0480 or 201-242-1119 in our Fort Lee divorce or East Brunswick divorce offices for a free consultation with our NJ divorce lawyer 

Expert Reports in New Jersey Child Custody Matters and NJ Divorce

Oct 13, 2016 @ 08:00 AM — by Michael Green

Expert Reports in New Jersey Child Custody Matters and NJ Divorce.  Often in child custody matters in the New Jersey Family Courts, psychological experts are used to evaluate the parties as to the best interests analysis of the child, they may or may not be helpful.  It is important to obtain an expert that is focused on the task that they have been charged with and not decided to go often in a direction that they think is best as opposed what has been court ordered.  Call Green & Associates to talk to our experience NJ divorce lawyer and NJ divorce attorney about your child custody matter.  It may make all the difference.  Call us now at 732-390-0480 or 201-242-1119 in our East Brunswick divorce or Fort Lee divorce and family law offices.

New Jersey Divorce and Custody Best Interest Evaluations

Sep 6, 2016 @ 05:22 PM — by Michael Green

New Jersey Divorce and Custody Best Interest Evaluations - The Expert You Choose May Make all the Difference.  In some NJ divorce cases, NJ child custody is at issue and the court's appoint an expert to draft a report after interviewing the parties and the children, to opine as to what is in the best interests of the child as to custody.  The NJ psychologists in the field may have their own bias as well unfortunately and you must choose wisely so that the New Jersey child custody expert that opines is as unfettered by their own bias as possible.  A history of the expert in the past is often best to determine how the expert generally opines as to certain issues regarding NJ child custody.  Call us if you have an issue regarding New Jersey child custody and an expert evaluation is required, our NJ divorce lawyer and NJ divorce attorney can help you with your New Jersey child custody case, in our East Brunswick or Fort Lee office.