Monmouth County DYFS Custody Attorneys help client get his parenting time back
Client was accused of abusing alcohol and prescription drugs which led his ex-wife to involve DYFS. Although DYFS was not a party to the case, they were certainly backing his ex-wife. As a result, he was forced to have supervised parenting time by the court. Within a matter of weeks, we were able to shut down the DYFS case be demonstrating that the client did not have a substance abuse problem. As a result, we were then able to shut down the court case with his ex-wife and restore his parenting time to normal. This great result was achieved despite the fact that the ex-wife had a large and powerful law firm behind her. Clearly, our team of tough, aggressive Monmouth County DCPP attorneys are not afraid of anyone.
If you are facing a DYFS / DCPP case in Monmouth County, call the team of tough smart Monmouth County Custody lawyers today to discuss your case.
Posted on October 7, 2012, in BIG WINS and tagged Monmouth County Custody Attorneys, Monmouth County Custody Lawyers, Monmouth County Parenting Time Lawyer, Monmouth County Visitation Attorney. Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.