Will Drug and Alcohol Use Affect Parenting Time?
Unfortunately, some of my cases involve a parent or spouse who is involved with drugs and/or alcohol, and that impacts the issue of custody and parenting time.
- One parent’s involvement with drugs and/or alcohol can significantly limit their access to the children.
- Current and future discussions – and adjustments in parenting or visitation schedules – will be impacted by one parent’s involvement in drugs and/or alcohol.
- The children’s safety is the first consideration, so the alcohol/drug-involved parent must seek the needed help.
Attorney Carrie Schultz Discusses How Drug and Alcohol Use Can Affect Parenting Time
Do you or your child’s other parent have a problem with drugs or alcohol? Contact dedicated New Jersey Child Custody Lawyer Carrie Schultz for help.