How to Prove a Parent Unfit in New Jersey

Proving that a parent is unfit can be very difficult. Courts are biased in favor of keeping children with their parents. Judges and mediators know that it’s very common for divorcing parents to accuse each other of being unfit. But, actually being an unfit parent is very different from having a disagreement over child rearing.

The People You Should Have on Your Divorce Team

No matter how simple it may appear, getting divorced is an emotional, stressful experience. While going through the process, you may not even be aware of how great an impact it is having on you. It’s tough to make rational decisions and take care of you and your children’s well-being while your life is being profoundly changed. That’s why it’s important to have a team of professionals to support you and your children.

Dissolving a Civil Union in New Jersey

Couples in civil unions can obtain separations that are the equivalent of divorces from bed and board. Thus, partners can live separately but resolve issues like custody, support, and property division without formally dissolving their union