South Jersey Visitation Attorney — Christopher Musulin — Musulin Law Firm, LLC
Nothing affects post-divorce parents and families more than the family schedule of visitation with the children. Oftentimes, one of the parties in a divorce action will have primary residential custody of children after the dissolution of the marriage and the other parent will have "parenting time." Below is described some of the different structures of families post-divorce and the visitation scenarios.
A noncustodial parent or "parent of alternate residence" does not have physical custody on a regular basis, or less than 50 percent of the time with the child/children. A custodial parent or "parent of primary residence" has the child/children residing with him or her the majority of the time.
Split parenting is when parents have multiple children from their relationship with each parent having physical custody of at least one child.
Shared parenting includes a noncustodial parent having significant overnight parenting greater than 104 nights per year or one in which both parents equally share the overnights with the child/children.
Christopher R. Musulin, at his family law firm Musulin Law Firm, LLC, takes great steps to educate his firm's clients with regard to the laws of visitation, parental rights, and each scenario's effects on the health and welfare of your children. Our Family Law firm is experienced with working with all types of family structures and will assist you legally in all regards to your particular layout of visitation.
In some cases, the parenting time schedule and custody arrangement you agreed to no longer make sense, either due to a new job, relocation or other reason. We can help you make a change — called a modification — to your visitation or custody order when needed.
To schedule a consultation concerning your parenting time, contact New Jersey child custody and visitation Attorney Christopher Musulin. With an office in Mount Holly, we serve clients throughout South Jersey as well as nationally whose cases are venued in any of the Southern New Jersey counties.