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New Jersey Child Custody Representation

Strengthening the Relationship With Your Child

Family disputes are an emotional time that affects the relationship you have with your family — especially your children. In certain cases it is beneficial for a parent to reestablish custody of the child in order to provide them a safe, stable living environment. Due to issues such as chemical addictions, violence and abuse, or job relocation, you may be able to modify a court order to limit or eliminate custody of one parent.

At The Weir Law Firm, LLC, in Bridgewater, New Jersey, attorney Weir represents parents in child custody disputes throughout Somerset County and New Jersey. Family law attorney Bonnie M. Weir will carefully examine your situation and help determine the best course of action to meet your goals.

Attorney Weir does not build false hope for her clients — she offers honest, personal advice that is in the best interest of the children.

Contact Us — Protect Your Child's Future

To schedule an initial consultation with lawyer Bonnie M. Weir, please call 888-788-4799 toll-free or send us an e-mail.

Establishing Child Custody

The state of New Jersey is a strong advocate for both parents to have as much regular contact and communication with their children as possible. There are many factors to consider before establishing a beneficial child custody agreement.

For many years, attorney Bonnie M. Weir has assisted clients during these difficult moments by educating them about the legal process and what to expect according to their situation. Whether your dispute involves issues of visitation or joint legal custody, together we can determine a positive solution for you and your family.

Contact us today to schedule an initial consultation to discuss your child custody concerns.

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