We are pleased to announce the opening of our 2nd office location at 525 Lacey Road, Forked River, New Jersey in Ocean County. We have also resumed the scheduling of “in person” consultations and client meetings with proper COVID-19 protections in place in both our Millburn and Forked River locations. Alternatively, if a client or consultation prefers we will still meet by Zoom video conferencing or by phone. Please contact our office to discuss your options.
 

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NJ FAMILY LAW ATTORNEYS

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IN DIVORCE AND FAMILY LAW
MATTERS

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Other ways custody issues can change your life

| Aug 26, 2019 | Child Custody |

Parents who are going through a dispute over child custody may struggle with negative emotions and stress, and there are many other ways in which custody issues can change someone’s life. Sometimes, custody matters can transform a parent’s life for the better, allowing them to strengthen their relationship with their child and move on from a tough divorce. In other circumstances, a parent may become depressed due to the outcome of a custody decision and there are a lot of other ways that a custody dispute can change a parent’s life.

If you have found yourself let down following a custody dispute, you may be struggling with strong emotions and you may have to approach your relationship with your child differently. For example, you may not be able to spend as much time with them or you may only be able to see them during certain days, so it may be important to ensure that you make this time count. Custody decisions may prompt parents to make changes to their personal schedules (such as changing their work schedule or adjusting how they spend time with friends and participate in various activities). Some parents may need to change their lives in order to show the court that they are fully capable of taking care of their child’s needs.

A parent may need to work less in order to have time to spend with their child, or they may need to work more in order to provide their child with the resources they need. To read more on custody matters, go through our website.