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A Caring Attorney Who Understands New Jersey Visitation Law

Experienced New Jersey Child Visitation Attorneys

At Graziano & Flynn, we know how critical it is to make sure children can see both parents after a divorce. Our knowledgeable team will work with you to help preserve your visitation rights. We understand the importance of parenting time and can advise you on the best steps to ensure you get the time you deserve with your child. Contact us today for a consultation.

Our Attorneys Know How Important Your Children Are to You

It’s a sad day when parents divorce, but New Jersey law protects your rights as a parent. One of the most common issues in a divorce is child visitation. Parents want to know they will have regular access to their children, and children want to know they will see both parents consistently. New Jersey law provides parents’ rights to visitation unless there is a compelling reason not to allow it. Our knowledgeable visitation attorneys will work with you to develop a plan that works for you and your children during this challenging time.

A New Jersey Visitation Attorney Who Defends Your Rights

Parents should work together to develop a parenting plan, although the courts can step in if the parents cannot come to an agreement. Plans for parenting time need to take into account activities after school, holidays, summer vacations, and family events. It’s critical for the residential parent to keep the non-residential parent informed of everything going on in the child’s life. Our attorneys will work closely with you to help guide you through establishing visitation and a parenting plan.

New Jersey Statutes Prohibit Parenting Time Interference

New Jersey Law states that it’s a crime to interfere with custody and parenting time. Taking a child to prevent the other parent from seeing them is an offense that can result in jail time or a large fine. To avoid misunderstandings, parents need to be flexible and work together. It’s vital to work with an experienced New Jersey child visitation attorney when you have any questions or concerns about protecting your parenting time. Contact us for a consultation.

Let Our Experienced Child Visitation Attorneys Help You

Our attorneys have more than 80 years of combined experience with family law. We’re here to help you through the challenging issues of divorce, custody, and visitation. No matter what your circumstances, we can guide you. No parent wants to be separated from their children, and we’ll work with you to secure your visitation rights.

Visitation Arrangements Can Change

After initial custody has been determined, either parent can change the agreement through a post-judgment modification. One of the most common reasons for a modification is when a parent moves out of state. The court must grant permission for a parent to take a child to another state. A parent moving out of state can affect parenting time and even child support arrangements. Our team will work with you to make sure your rights are protected.

Contact New Jersey Attorney Graziano & Flynn Today

We know how important it is to see your children regularly so you can build a meaningful relationship with them. Our experienced New Jersey child visitation attorneys will help you work out an effective visitation schedule and ensure you receive the time you deserve. Contact us for a consultation, or send us an email. We’ll fight for your rights.

Client Reviews
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Attorney Graziano is one of the brightest and most compassionate professionals which anyone could work with! He is a great advocate and is extremely knowledgable of the judicial system. He made a very unpleasant legal situation a pleasant journey, and he helped keep things in perspective and in a positive light. I fully recommend him without reservation! Danielle
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Robyn made the divorce process bearable by making sure I was ok every step of the way. She was a fighter when she needed to be and compassionate the rest of the time. The thing I liked best about her is that she was encouraging when I needed to get my end of the work done. She was reasonably priced and worked hard to get my case settled. I have since recommended her to 3 other friends who have retained her services. Ana Z.
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It seemed like my case took forever but I trusted Ron Graziano and listened to what he had to say. Mr Graziano said that the insurance company was not being fair and that we should go to trial. The trial was very nerve racking however he eased my mind and killed them with proof and knowledge. My outcome of my trial brought me to tears of joy. I could never imagine such a good outcome. Listen to him, have faith and you too will be impressed. Robin
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After a divorce, my ex-husband was not keeping up with his scheduled child support payments. With the help and knowledge of Robyn Flynn, I was able to resolve this issue. Being a single mother of three children, Robyn Flynn made me a priority. I felt respected by her always keeping me informed and encouraged. She was not only my lawyer, but a friend during a very stressful time in my life. I would never use another attorney other than Robyn Flynn and highly recommend her to my friends as a trustworthy, professional and experienced lawyer. Anna H.
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Ron is an extremely trustworthy lawyer. Listen to what he says and have faith in him, you will be as impressed as I am! I couldn't have dreamed of a better outcome in my case. I wouldn't have wanted anyone else to represent me, I highly recommend him to anyone looking for an amazing lawyer!!
His staff is amazing as well!!
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Robyn is an excellent litigator and educated/guided me throughout my divorce. She is incredibly gifted in managing your case and fighting for you with opposing consul. Through the dark days she kept me going and helped me get the results me and my children deserved. Chris K.

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