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Helping Parents Establish Visitation Schedules in Edison and All of Middlesex County

After you and your spouse have gotten divorced or when two unmarried parents share custody, both parents must maintain a good relationship with the child. Unless there are special circumstances involved, most courts and judges will do whatever they can to keep both parents in the child’s life.

At Netsquire, we represent mothers and fathers in divorce and custody cases. Our New Jersey visitation lawyers strive to help you maintain a healthy relationship with your child, even as your relationship with the other parent changes.

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Understanding Visitation Rights in New Jersey

In New Jersey family law, the concept of visitation rights plays a pivotal role, particularly in cases involving child custody. When parents go through the complex separation or divorce process, questions about child custody and visitation naturally arise. New Jersey’s legal framework recognizes the significance of maintaining a healthy relationship between a child and both parents. This recognition is deeply rooted in the child’s best interests, which is the guiding principle in custody decisions.

A New Jersey child custody lawyer well-versed in family law can be an invaluable asset during these times. Such an attorney helps parents navigate the complexities of the legal system, aiding them in understanding their rights and responsibilities as parents. Whether seeking joint custody, sole custody, or visitation rights, having a professional who can advocate for your desired outcome is crucial while keeping the child’s welfare at the forefront.

By working closely with an experienced child custody attorney, parents can establish a visitation schedule that reflects their commitment to their child’s well-being. This schedule defines the parameters of parenting time, addressing factors like weekdays, weekends, holidays, and vacations. The court ultimately evaluates the proposed arrangement to ensure it aligns with the child’s best interests.

When parents cannot agree, the court steps in to make decisions based on available evidence and arguments presented by legal representatives. The judge’s role is to determine a visitation schedule that promotes a child’s continued relationship with both parents while ensuring their safety and security. Issues such as substance abuse, medical concerns, and the child’s preferences might influence the final decision.

How Can a New Jersey Visitation Lawyer Help You?

Navigating visitation rights demands seasoned guidance. A proficient New Jersey visitation lawyer from our firm can provide the help needed to secure your child’s well-being and your rights as a parent. Whether you’re striving for joint custody, seeking a fair visitation schedule, or addressing modification needs, our attorneys adeptly handle legal issues. We will customize strategies to your situation, advocating for your desired outcome. From mediation to litigation, we ensure your case is comprehensively represented.

Our firm can assist you with a variety of visitation and custody matters, including:

  • Emancipation
  • Custody modifications
  • Visitation and parenting time modifications
  • Parental relocations

Contact us today to schedule a consultation and entrust your family’s future to our professional hands.

Factors to Determine a Visitation Schedule

Our firm is known for our extensive knowledge of family law and our dedication to our clients’ success. When it comes to child custody and visitation issues, we work hard to establish a solution that works for all parties involved. Your child’s best interests are put as the top priority when determining how much time should be spent with each parent.

There is a selection of factors that may be considered in a visitation hearing, including:

  • Health and age of each child
  • Any particular needs of the child
  • History of drug or alcohol abuse
  • Criminal record or history
  • Connection between parents and child

Experienced Legal Representation in Woodbridge Township, NJ

The courts strive to keep the best interests of the child in mind, and so does our legal team. You can rely on us to sit down with you and help you work out a proposed parenting or visitation plan that includes all the most important components.

Contact Netsquire today to schedule a free consultation. You can rely on our team to get the help you need.

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You have no children.
You have nothing to divide.
You just want a divorce ASAP.

FLAT FEE (Pay in Full Rate)
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  • All divorce documents will be drafted and filed for you
  • Entire process personally supervised by NJ divorce attorney
  • Both parties must cooperate and sign documents when we provide them to you
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  • Access to a NJ divorce attorney to ask questions

You already have a verbal agreement on money and your children.
We’ll put it in a written, legally-binding settlement agreement for you.

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  • You get everything in the Basic package PLUS the following:
  • A NJ divorce attorney will draft a full and comprehensive written settlement agreement that resolves all your issues at your specific direction
  • You will be guided through the settlement process to make sure nothing is missed!
  • Support from a NJ divorce attorney throughout the process

You need help arriving at an agreement on your money and/or children.
We’ll mediate between you and your partner to negotiate a fair agreement.

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  • Post-Mediation email support with your mediator
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Divorce In 4 Steps:

Protect your kids

From custody to visits to holidays, we’ll walk you through every decision you need to make in order to move on with your life while protecting your kids.

Handle your money

Should there be alimony? What about child support? How are your children’s expenses going to be shared? We’ll help you figure it all out.

Divide your stuff

We’ll help you decide how to divide your marital home, bank accounts, retirement accounts, cars, debt, and anything else you need to split up.

Get your divorce.

Once you create an agreement about your money, your children, and your stuff, we’ll file all your documents and make sure your divorce is done quickly and correctly.

Your Guides to a Peaceful Separation.

Most law firms don’t know how to resolve divorce. They only know how to fight – because that’s how it’s always been done.

At Netsquire, we’ve ripped up the divorce playbook to make it quicker, simpler, and drama-free. We offer online mediation and document prep services, all for one transparent, flat fee.

With a whole lot of experience under our belts—decades, in fact—we’ve given thousands of couples the nudge they needed to move past divorce and rediscover their happy place.

We’re not just attorneys. We’re your guides, allies, and advocates. We’ll navigate this journey with you, prioritizing your peace of mind and financial health along the way.

FAQs: New Jersey Visitation Lawyers

What factors determine the visitation schedule?

Visitation schedules consider various elements like the child’s age, school schedule, holidays, and each parent’s availability. A skilled attorney will help tailor a schedule that prioritizes the child’s needs while accommodating parents’ preferences.

Can I modify a visitation arrangement in the future?

Yes, circumstances change, and visitation agreements can be modified if both parties agree or the court deems it necessary. An experienced New Jersey visitation lawyer can guide you through seeking modifications based on substantial changes in circumstances.

What's the difference between legal custody and physical custody?

Legal custody pertains to decision-making authority for the child’s well-being, including education and healthcare. Physical custody refers to where the child primarily resides. A skilled attorney can help you understand the distinctions and implications of each type of custody.

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