VIDEO – Complex Custody Matters

Jacobs Berger arbitration attorneys in Morris County
Complex: Custody Matters
by Sarah J. Jacobs
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  • Common questions and concerns regarding complex custody matters
  • How is JB’s unique approach applied to complex custody issues?
  • How does JB interact with their clients while resolving complex custody issues?

Morris County Attorneys Handle Complex Custody Matters

It is difficult to describe the fear that parents feel when it comes to child custody matters. Whether it be child custody and relocation, modification of child custody or child custody for unmarried parents, the fear of losing time with a precious love one is real and great.

There is no greater comfort at such times than knowing that you have a strong, experienced and capable advocate at your side.  The child custody lawyers at Jacobs Berger, LLC, have effectively represented our clients in Madison, Randolph, Denville, Hanover, Florham Park, Tewksbury, Morristown and all over Morris County with compassion as well as understanding.

If you or someone you know is going facing child custody issues contact us online or call us at our Morristown offices by dialing (973) 718-7705 today for a comprehensive and confidential cases assessment with a member of our qualified legal team regarding your child custody hearing, child custody evaluation, or any other divorce or family law matter.

Complex Custody Issues Morristown NJ : Our Unique Approach

When clients come to our firm they usually have complex custody issues and are scared. They are worried about what the outcome of their case is going to be and how it will affect their child’s or children’s future.

When they walk through our doors they have a million questions. What’s parenting time going to look like? How do I know if I can make decisions for my kids? When can I go on vacation? Can I get my child a passport?

The questions surrounding kids, and the issues that go into drafting custody and parenting time plans are emotional. They are raw and they are not in a place where they have all the answers.

What we do here is we sit down with them and go through it point by point. We take the time to understand how our clients got to where they are and where our clients want to be. We take the time to sit down and talk to our client and figure out what makes this family unique and what are each family’s special concerns and special issues.

Then we partner with our clients to help craft a custody and parenting time plan for them that servers those needs now and in the future. Though there will be many questions that may not be able to be answered right away. We guarantee to each client that for the entire duration of the time that they work with us we will gather information, we will talk to them about that information. We will make sure the decisions that they are making about what serves their needs helps them create the best life for them for their child and to the extend necessary, their co-parent.

We want to keep our clients focused on resolving issues. Every legal issue will not be answered in that first conversation; custody and parenting time issues are important, emotional and they take time.  But we work with our clients with a patients, diligence and understanding that sets us apart from other firms. We offer our clients a strong partnership that gets them from a place of the unknown to a place of the known.

Contact our Whippany Child Custody Attorneys today to schedule your case assessment

The founding attorneys at Jacobs Berger, LLC, have nearly 25 years of combined experience helping clients with child custody and parenting-time matters across Whippany, Randolph, Madison,Hanover, Florham Park, Morris County, and all over New Jersey. Our specialized approach to family law matters focuses on open and honest communication between the parties, and finding solutions which permit parents to establish and maintain stability in their co-parenting relationship, their relationship with their children, and their financial and legal futures.

Contact us online or by phone at (973) 718-7705 today to discuss your child custody and parenting time needs and concerns in a confidential case assessment.