Lawyer helps client get unsupervised parenting time in Middlesex County DYFS Case
This client brought us a tough case. She had: 1) a prior DYFS case which she won, 2) a bad drug test, 3) she was arrested for having drugs in her car and 4) she called a hotline and indicated that she had overdosed on drugs. As part of our strategy, our team of tough, smart NJ DYFS defense lawyers pushed for a quick fact finding hearing. Despite the difficult facts, we were confident in our position and we wanted to show DYFS that we were ready for a fight. Thus, at the 3rd court appearance we were ready for a fact finding hearing. Instead of going forward with a fact finding hearing, we were able to get our client unsupervised parenting time along with a promise that the case would be dismissed at the next court appearance.
If you have a court appearance in New Brunswick for a DYFS / DCPP case, call our team of DYFS defense attorneys today and let us help you.
Posted on October 9, 2012, in BIG WINS and tagged Fact Finding Hearing, New Brunswick DCPP Attorneys, New Brunswick DCPP Lawyers, New Brunswick DYFS Attorney, New Brunswick DYFS Lawyer. Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.