What is a Preliminary Hearing?

What is a Preliminary Hearing?

In a preliminary hearing, judges will decide whether or not DYFS should continue with the case, as well as if the child should live at home while the case continues. If there are satisfactory supervisions, or the abusive parent leaves the home, the judge may allow the child to stay at home. During this time, the judge may also order certain services such as psychological evaluations, substance abuse testing or treatment, or domestic violence services. Over time, these service providers will provide reports to the court with recommendations.

Have Our NJ DYFS Attorneys by Your Side at a Preliminary Hearing

When at a preliminary hearing, our NJ DYFS attorneys will fight for you and your child. We are a team of experienced, smart, and tough attorneys, who will help guide you in the right direction. This hearing is crucial, as it can show the court and DYFS that you are fit as a parent, and that your child is safe at home. Our team will work to fight for you and your child, and to help them remain at home. Having our tam by your side from the start is crucial, so be sure to call our 24/7 toll free hotline at 1-855-9JEFLAW (1-855-953-3529). We’re excited to fight on your behalf.

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