Child Custody and Visitation

New Jersey Child Custody & Parenting Plans Lawyer

Child custody disagreements are usually the most contentious in Family Court. Unlike property division, alimony, or child support, you cannot put a dollar amount or number on the ability to raise and parent your own children.

When parents are not able to agree on how to raise their children, the Court is forced to decide who will make decisions for the children (legal custody) and where the children will live throughout the year (physical custody). The Court ultimately decides what is in the child’s best interests and develops a comprehensive detailed parenting plan.

The best interests of the child standard can be highly subjective. It is our responsibility to argue on your behalf and convince the Court to implement your parenting plan so you can decide how to best raise your children.

To discuss your child custody issues, contact child custody attorney Marc P. Feldman for expert legal counsel. We serve our clients residing in Parsippany, Morristown, Morris Township, Morris Plains, Dover, Rockaway, Roxbury, Chester, Boonton, Chatham, Denville, Hanover, Florham Park, Kinnelon, Mendham, Mount Olive and all of Bergen County, Essex County, Hudson County, Middlesex County, Morris County, Passaic County, Somerset County, and Union County, New Jersey.

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What is the difference between legal and physical custody?

New Jersey Child Custody Factors

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The other parent will not let me see my children, what can I do?

The other parent will not obey the Court-ordered parenting plan, what can I do?

How can I protect my child from international abduction?

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