To NJ. Granddaughter wants to live with father. Mother refused to send docs to father. As her maternal grandmother can I ask the court for a law guardian for my Granddaughter. Father can't get birth certificate, his name isn't on it. My daughter wants her daughter to live hard. Job corps... View More
His mother has neglected to inform me of my sons address, doctors and their locations, school etc for years. The last overnight I had with him was March 10th 2020, upon covid I hadn't seen him till June 27th 2021
This is not a simple enforcement application and therefore I suggest that filing an application on your own will be a mistake. Under the court rules, your certification ( your testimony) in support of your application can be up to 25 pages separate from all of the attachments ( exhibits) to your...View More
Thank you for your question. The court calculates child support based on a number of factors. To have that amount adjusted you need to prove a permanent change in circumstances. Unemployment is generally not considered permanent. You are likely being summoned to a court appearance for an...View More
You really need to retain an experienced matrimonial attorney to obtain a Final Domestic Violence Restraining Order against him and contact the municipal prosecutor to file criminal charges against him. During this pandemic, you have a choice of either seeing your attorney in person or by way of a...View More
I have more than 150 emails text and voice mails that I have been receiving for more than 3 months. It started because I did not throw a birthday party for my son in the beginning of June during Corona virus lockdown. It has escalated to her verbally attacking me, and everybody in the family.... View More
First, you can report her harassment to the local police department. Harassment and cyber harassment are both crimes in the State of New Jersey. Whether to bring charges for any particular act of harassment rests in the discretion of the prosecutor's office, but the possibility of criminal...View More
From a procedural standpoint, DCPP gets a call from an anonymous source, school, police department, etc expressing concern for the welfare of a child in your household and it then sends out a representative to investigate. The purpose of the investigation is to determine whether the child is at...View More
I live in the state of New Jersey and have custody of my niece , her mother lives in a state that the New Jersey governor has put on the 14 day quarantine list and I have a poor immune system. She is only aloud 1 day time visit and no over nights but like I said her state that she comes from is on... View More
Not an easy issue to resolve given that you have a compromised immune system and the biological mother has significant restrictions on her contact / access to her daughter. Im guessing that the reason for the non-overnight plan in place has to do with concerns for the mothers mental health issues...View More
In theory, dad should win. In reality, any lawyer who tells you that he / she can file an emergent application at this time and can tell you how the judge assigned to handle this issue will response, is being disingenuous with you. To begin with, emergent parenting time applications are being...View More
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