It’s about time.
Child-centric issues often rise to the top of any list addressing divorce concerns, and understandably so. Children are precious cargo, and it is a flatly sensible imperative that their best interests be fully promoted in family law matters.
A family law commentator in a recent Forbes article notes that many women “opt out to support the careers of their husbands and to engage in the intensive mothering that is expected of them.”
Some New Jersey readers of our family law blog are likely old enough to remember some of the vintage television shows of yesteryear that depicted American family life.
New Jersey grandparents do not automatically command visitation rights concerning their grandchildren. That determination is customarily under the control of parents. Moms and dads are granted wide decision-making powers under relevant state laws.