Can an aunt get custody of a child in NJ?

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If an aunt has court custody for a child for 6 years can the birth mother get her back?

It depends on the reason for the removal from the mother's custody and whether the situation has been resolved. The court will always consider the best interest of the child as its primary concern.

How can an aunt obtain custody of a niece who she has been taking care of for 3 weeks and has had no contact with the child's parents who are drug abusers?

Answer The best method would be to contact the state's division of child protective services for assistance.They will begin an investigation and their findings will determine what action (if any) ... Read More »

If i have shared custody and my ex's husband is hitting my child and i have made a child abuse complaint should i assume full custody and not let my child return there since the social services knows?

If your ex husband it hitting your child just tell the police they will talk care of all the confusing stuff and they might bring your ex husband to jail cause you broke up and he isn't in your fam... Read More »

Can a parent that is behind in child support get joint custody of a child whos mother already has full legal custody?

AnswerCertainly some evidence of responsibility (ie paying child support, job, time spent with the child) would help your case. Joint custody, however, is not just for the purpose of reducing chil... Read More »