New Jersey Child Custody Attorney Discusses Noncustodial Parent Always Late for Visiting Time
As an experienced New Jersey Child Custody Attorney I have dealt with situations where the noncustodial parent is always arriving late for visiting time. In New Jersey, when a noncustodial parent fails to either pick up the child on time, or drops a child off late, or simply does not show up when it’s their parenting time, the case can be taken back to court. A motion is filed, and the judge can either restrict the amount of parenting time that that noncustodial parent has or even stop parenting time completely.
Do you have questions about what can be done when the noncustodial parent is always arriving late for visiting time? If so, contact the experienced New Jersey Child Custody Attorney Brian Freeman.