All of us here at Jacobs Berger want to reassure our clients and business associates that their health and safety are our primary concern.

All of us here at Jacobs Berger want to reassure our clients and business associates that their health and safety are our primary concern and that we are also committed to the health and safety of our staff and our families. Though we are currently working remotely, we continue to operate as we always have, providing quality service and for us, it is “business as usual.”

We are offering telephonic and video calls, conferences, mediations, and strategic planning sessions to continue to service our clients and prospective clients, and are, of course, available for ongoing business partnerships via our virtual network!

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How can a medical condition impact custody?

How can a medical condition impact custody?

Co-Founder Jamie N. Berger handles family law, divorce, alimony, child support and custody related issues at Jacobs Berger, LLC. In the following video, she explains the custody factors the court considers when there are medical conditions involved.

The court can and should consider under the custody factors any medical conditions that can impact your ability to care for your children. So, they are going to think about whether there are any type of physical limitations or mental limitations that could potentially impact or harm a child when making that best interest determination. Again this is a very fact-specific issue, so a court is going to look to the specific issues in your case and make those determinations.

Can one physical or mental limitation have more of an impact on  custody over another?

It is not a blanket rule for all litigants that one condition over another is going to impact custody; it really is a fact-specific analysis the court is required to do to determine what is in the best interests of your children in making those custody determinations. If this is a concern of yours, it is certainly something worth exploring because goals in custody and protecting your children can be met. So, please do not hesitate to reach out to our office and schedule a Strategic Planning Session so we can discuss it further.

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At Jacobs Berger, our attorneys are experienced in helping parents across Madison, Randolph, Tewksbury, Morristown, and the greater Morris County area in all Family Law cases.

About the Author:

Jamie Berger practices exclusively in the area of family law. She has extensive experience in all aspects of litigation in family and appellate court proceedings. Prior to being a partner at Jacobs Berger, Jamie practiced at a boutique Morris County Matrimonial Law Firm for several years. Before that, Jamie served as a Law Clerk for The Honorable Eugene A. Iadanza, J.S.C. in the Monmouth County Superior Court, Family Part.

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