Mount Olive NJ Child Custody Attorneys
Serving Clients and their Families throughout Morris County, New Jersey
It is possible to protect children from the stress of a divorce. The primary concern of our child custody lawyers is to protect the children from the divorce process. If you and your spouse cannot agree on who shall be the primary custodial parent or on a parenting plan in New Jersey, you may need to go through a child custody evaluation.
At Townsend, Tomaio & Newmark, L.L.C., our New Jersey child custody lawyers have years of experience in child custody evaluations related to divorce. Mr. Townsend, Mr. Tomaio and Ms. Newmark have worked with most of New Jersey’s top forensic psychologists in child custody and parenting time matters. Our New Jersey custody attorneys offer a free initial consultation to discuss your case and answer your questions. Call 973-840-8970 today.
Child Custody Evaluations in New Jersey
When the parents are unable to resolve issues of child custody and visitation through negotiation or mediation, courts in New Jersey may order a child custody evaluation. The purpose of this evaluation is to determine what arrangement will be in the best interests of your children.
For parents, there are few types of litigation that are more costly emotionally and financially. A child custody evaluation is not something you would want to do without a compelling reason. It’s important to be represented by a lawyer who is tough enough and experienced enough to protect your interests. You should never go into a custody evaluation represented by an attorney who does not specialize in child custody and parenting time matters.
The outcome of your case can be affected greatly by the opinions of experts and by the answers you, your spouse and children give to a professional evaluator. Our custody lawyers will prepare you so you can make the best case for your position. We will also help you select the right experts.
Contact Our Randolph NJ Child Custody Lawyers Today
There is only so much information we can communicate about child custody evaluations on a web page. The only way to receive legal advice is to discuss your case with a custody lawyer in New Jersey. Everyone’s family is unique, and the answer that is right for someone else might not be right for you. To schedule a free initial consultation, call 973-840-8970 today.