Dedicated Representation for Family Law Cases in Middlesex County
At Rozin | Golinder Law, we are committed to providing thorough legal services to clients in a variety of family law situations. Negotiating visitation rights can be a complicated and stressful process, especially if the case goes to court. Even if you reach a settlement out of court through mediation, it is important to seek the help of our experienced Middlesex County family law attorneys to understand your options and pursue a favorable outcome. We are committed to the best interests of the children involved in each case. Whatever your situation, we can work hard to provide efficient legal services that protect what matters most – your children.
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New Jersey Laws Regarding Visitation Rights
In the state of New Jersey, parents are allowed to create their own visitation schedules and plans. It is important to examine each parent’s schedule and availability to determine a schedule that will best meet the child’s needs, as well as provide maximum time with each parent. As long as the schedule is deemed in the child’s best interests, the court will allow it to become effective. However, if the parents are unable to come to a mutual agreement, the court will step in.
Visitation Schedules Should Contain the Following Items:
- A residential schedule
- A vacation schedule
- A holiday schedule
A residential schedule outlines the specific days and times the child will spend with each parent. On the other hand, a vacation schedule outlines the extended time the child can have with each parent during school breaks and personal vacation time. Parents must also include plans for holidays and other special occasions, which may include birthdays, religious holidays, and other important events.
Should the parents be unable to come to an agreement regarding these three areas, the court will impose a set visitation schedule. If there is a concern about the safety of the child, such as incidents of domestic violence by one parent, the court may order supervised visitation times and modified schedules. Whatever your situation, our Middlesex County family law attorneys can discuss your options, provide knowledgeable advice, and represent you in court if necessary.
Passionate Legal Assistance for Determining Visitation Rights
Rozin | Golinder Law provides honest, thorough representation to clients seeking visitation rights of their children. Whether your case is settled through mediation or goes to trial, we have the experience to handle a variety of issues that may arise. We pride ourselves on providing informative, personal assistance every step of the way. With our passion for meeting clients’ legal needs and dedication to upholding the best interests of the children in every case, our firm can provide the representation you need.
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