Union, NJ asked in Child Custody and Child Support for New Jersey

Q: Hi,i do live here in new jersey.my question is my wife wants to move out our home.is it ok to bring my son.

We havent filed a divorce but she wants to bring my son to her no place that i dont even know where is it.Can i able to tell her not to bring my son until she filed a divorce at custody of our son?thanks

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Richard Diamond
Richard Diamond
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  • Divorce Lawyer
  • Millburn, NJ
  • Licensed in New Jersey

A: Schedule a consultation with a certified matrimonial ( divorce) trial lawyer before you agree to anything. This is too important an issue to simply agree upon without understanding the legal significance of your actions. Too often, we family law specialists hear stories about someone getting bad advice from a general practitioner and then trying to figure out how to undo the damage caused by the decision made. If you would like to schedule a consultation with one of the partners in Diamond & Diamond to discuss your current setting, call Angela at 973-379-9292 to arrange it. And yes, Mr Diamond is a certified matrimonial trial lawyer by the New Jersey Supreme Court.

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