The overarching determination of what custody plan is in the best interest of the child governs child custody cases in New Jersey. In order to make that decision, a judge may decide to conduct an in camera interview with the child to learn what the child wants. However, these interviews are rare and it frequently is the appointed guardian ad litem who speaks on behalf of the child.
The process of setting a custody arrangement is often very thorough. Therefore, the justification for a requested modification must be compelling. There are different things that a person can do to increase his or her chances of succeeding in a modification request.
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