Helping Families With Child Custody For Over 30 Years
You love your children more than anything else. You would do anything to ensure that their best interests are met, particularly if you and your spouse are divorcing.
Allow attorney John A. Patti to help you. As a family law attorney with more than 30 years of experience, Mr. Patti has assisted hundreds of clients in creating parenting schedules and determining custody. At Patti Family Law in Monmouth County, New Jersey, he has earned a reputation as a trustworthy advocate who can achieve successful outcomes in mediation or in court.
What Influences Custody Decisions In New Jersey?
In all cases that involve child custody, the courts prioritize the best interests of the child. To that end, judges consider a variety of factors when issuing custody orders. Some of these factors include:
- Each parent’s relationship with the child
- The ability of each parent to care for the child
- A history of physical or emotional abuse, addiction or mental illness
- The willingness of parents to cooperate with each other
- The location of each parent’s permanent residence
Mr. Patti can sit down with you to discuss your circumstances so he can give you a more accurate idea of what to expect. You can speak with him about the outcome that you want, and he will devise a strategy to help you achieve it.
Experience In Mediation And Litigation
Many child custody matters do not require a trial. Instead, parents may wish to work together to find mutually satisfactory arrangements. Granted, this is not always possible or beneficial for everyone. If you feel that out-of-court efforts have not arrived at a solution in your child’s best interests, Mr. Patti will not hesitate to represent you in litigation.
Get A Trusted Advocate For Your Child Custody Needs Today
In a divorce, your children should come before anything else. Reach out to John Patti to discuss your current situation and get help protecting your kids. You can schedule an initial consultation by contacting the office of Patti Family Law at 732-913-3631. Or, you can send Mr. Patti an email.