Custody and Parenting Time in New Jersey: The Most Pressing Legal Challenges
Created on October 01, 2018
Custody and parenting time are two of the most difficult issues in divorce cases involving children where the parties cannot agree on a plan moving forward. In New Jersey, courts evaluate what is in a child's best interests in addressing these issues. In making custody and parenting time determinations, a court may order a risk assessment, a custody and/or parenting time evaluation, or even appoint a Guardian ad Litem or court appointed counsel to represent a child's interests.
Join Angela M. Scafuri, Shareholder at Wilentz, Goldman & Spitzer, for an informative program that explores these pressing issues. This is an excellent course for both new and seasoned practitioners facing difficult custody and parenting time issues in divorce litigation.
- Identify potential issues early in the case
- Understand the impact of addiction issues and substance use disorders
- Identify the need for experts
- Review the roles of a Guardian ad Litem and court-appointed counsel
- Develop a checklist for risk assessments and custody evaluations
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