How Drug and Alcohol Use Can Affect Your Parenting Time

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.

This educational blog was brought to you by Carrie Schultz, an experienced New Jersey Child Custody Lawyer.

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