Child Custody Lawyer in New Jersey
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If you are facing a child custody dispute, or if you need to fight for
custody or visitation rights in a
divorce, then you need skilled representation on your side to help you through
this process. At Moskowitz Law Group, LLC, we understand that this may
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- More than 50 years' collective experience in your corner
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Our Hackensack child custody attorneys can assert your legal rights to
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The “best interests of the child” is the key component of any
child custody case. In other words, the overarching factor of the divorce
or family law order is how the decision will affect the child's current
lifestyle and future prospects. Our Bergen County child custody lawyers
can work to ensure that you are given fair consideration in this matter.
Our firm has been serving the residents of Bergen County, New Jersey in
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