The laws governing child custody in New Jersey are convoluted, to say the least. One facet tipping the scale during a custody battle can be the parents’ marital statuses. Believe it or not, even in these modern times, one or both parents’ marital statuses can and does have an affect on the outcome of a custody dispute. Ensuring that both the parents, and children involved in these cases, receive equal treatment is crucial.
Child custody lawyer Joanne Kleiner personally handles each case, and has extensive experience in all family law and divorce matters. To discuss your matter in confidence, please call 215-886-1266. You can also fill out our online intake form.
Joanne E. Kleiner has represented people in child custody cases for over two decades. She has the experience to represent you, regardless of marital status. She can represent any parent, whether you are in a domestic partnership, unmarried, in a short-term marriage, a long-term marriage, a long-standing, unmarried relationship, or a parent who has remarried.
OTHER CHILD CUSTODY FACTORS
Although marital status can have an impact, the courts are mainly concerned with the interests of the child or children in any custody case. Some aspects held in high consideration include:
- Who will provide the most stable home environment for the child/children
- The child (or children) and parent relationship
- Both parent’s ability to provide for the child (or children)
- Any past criminal or substance issues for the parent(s)
CONTACT FAMILY LAW AND DIVORCE ATTORNEY JOANNE KLEINER
Call Joanne E. Kleiner & Associates today at 215-886-1266. For additional information about our qualities and qualifications, please visit our Benefits of Retaining Joanne. K. Kleiner & Associates page.