Changes in Circumstances That Could Justify a Change in Custody

Even after your divorce attorney has helped you and your ex settle your custody arrangement in your divorce, it may not be a permanent arrangement. You may be able to petition the court for custody if you or your ex-spouse undergo a significant change in circumstance impacting the best interests of your children. Although most courts try to maintain stability for the children, you might be able to ask the court to change custody in certain circumstances.

You Are No Longer Unfit for Custody


Moving Away After Your Divorce? Don't Just Start Packing Just Yet.

     An exciting career opportunity.  A remarriage.  A much needed support system.  A lower cost of living.   Going “home” to the family and friends you left when you moved to New Jersey with your now ex-spouse.  There are many possible reasons for a relocation out of New Jersey after a divorce.