A Complex Child Custody Matter Should Be Taken With Great Care
Child custody matters need to be handled with great care and sophistication because they involve the welfare of your children and your rights and responsibilities as a parent.
Types Of Complications That Can Arise In Complex Custody Cases
At Musulin Law Firm, LLC, our attorneys represent clients whose cases are venued, or potentially venued, in South Jersey counties with complex custody agreements and disputes often involving the following:
- Inability to co-parent
- High-conflict joint custody arrangements
- Child custody modifications and enforcements
- Disputes involving relocation of children
- Children with special needs or chronic illnesses
- Unfit parents
- Rehabilitation and re-establishment of parental rights and custody
- Grandparents’ rights
- Child custody disputes in same-sex dissolutions or marriages
- Substance abuse allegations
- Multiple siblings
- Older children refusing contact with a parent
- Significant differences in parenting styles
- Inappropriate motivations
A Compassionate Leader In New Jersey Family Law Custody And Visitation Matters
Whether you are about to go through a divorce, are already divorced or an unmarried parent with a custody matter, founding attorney Christopher Rade Musulin, Esquire, has decades of experience in child custody and visitation matters and is highly skilled at advising clients how to navigate through the incredible complexities of contested custody and visitation litigation. He has been a Fellow of the American Academy of Matrimonial Lawyers since 2006 and authored articles in the New Jersey Family Lawyer, and he frequently organizes and moderates speaking engagements to educate the public.
Closely Tailored Representation | A Team Of Experts At Our Disposal
The Musulin Law Firm, LLC, legal team will craft a legal strategy on your behalf to either negotiate and effectuate a settlement or to litigate your complex child custody matter to protect you and your family.
We have vast experience working with clinicians such as forensic psychologists, parenting coordinators, custody evaluators and family counselors in both a therapeutic and forensic setting during complex child custody proceedings.