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New Jersey Judiciary Monmouth Vicinage Stuart Rabner Chief Justice Judge Glenn A. Grant Acting Administrative Director of the Courts Lawrence M. Lawson.

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1 New Jersey Judiciary Monmouth Vicinage Stuart Rabner Chief Justice Judge Glenn A. Grant Acting Administrative Director of the Courts Lawrence M. Lawson Assignment Judge Marsi L. Perkins Trial Court Administrator

2 Welcome to the Superior Court of New Jersey Monmouth Vicinage Family Division Honora OBrien Kilgallen Presiding Judge Family Part Lori B. Cooper Family Division Manager

3 Mission Statement : We are an independent branch of government constitutionally entrusted with the fair and just resolution of disputes in order to preserve the rule of law and to protect the rights and liberties guaranteed by the Constitution and laws of the United States and this State.

4 Hours of Operation Courthouse hours are 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Court matters are important and take time to process. Patience is appreciated Main Number: Superior Court of New Jersey Monmouth Family Division

5 Superior Court of New Jersey Monmouth Family Division Frequently Used Terms Plaintiff: A person who files a complaint Defendant: A person who responds to the complaint Docket: Number assigned to the case –FM: Case type in which the parties are seeking to divorce –FD: Case type in which the parties are seeking to address child related issues –FV: Case type in which the parties are seeking a domestic violence restraining order

6 You may file for the following in Family Reception, Room L-50: Paternity / Maternity Custody Parenting Time Child Support Spousal Support Medical Coverage Domestic Violence Restraining Order Superior Court of New Jersey Monmouth Family Division

7 How to File for: Paternity/Maternity Custody Parenting Time Support Medical Coverage Superior Court of New Jersey Monmouth Family Division

8 Complete forms and return to Family reception staff in Room L-50 Photo Identification is required There is a $6 fee for child support services There is an annual $25 fee for spousal support services Superior Court of New Jersey Monmouth Family Division

9 Processing the Application Completed forms are processed by Family reception staff Please remain until your application is completely processed, and you have signed the form Superior Court of New Jersey Monmouth Family Division

10 Resolution of Cases The Family Court encourages parties to resolve their disputes through a variety of informal processes Agreements between the parties are usually more beneficial to the adults and the children involved Parties to disputes can make agreements they can live with Superior Court of New Jersey Monmouth Family Division

11 Cases Involving Paternity, Child Support and Medical Coverage Only This type of case is scheduled before a child support hearing officer A hearing officer calculates child support and makes a recommendation You have the option to agree with or appeal the recommendation Agreements become orders of the court Appeals are scheduled before a judge Superior Court of New Jersey Monmouth Family Division

12 Cases Involving Paternity, Custody, Parenting Time and Support This type of case is scheduled before a probation officer for a Consent Conference A consent conference is very similar to mediation Agreements become orders of the court Unresolved issues are scheduled before a judge Superior Court of New Jersey Monmouth Family Division

13 Court A judge hears matters still in dispute These may be heard the same day as the hearing officer/ consent conference, or scheduled on another day Cases are resolved with a court order Superior Court of New Jersey Monmouth Family Division

14 Be Prepared for Your Child Support Hearing Three recent pay stubs Income tax returns Proof of child care expenses Unemployment information Proof of Social Security benefits Copies of other orders for support Proof of all other income Receipts for direct payments Employers name and address Medical documentation if disabled Drivers license Health insurance card

15 Victims of Domestic Violence May Apply for a Temporary Restraining Order in Family Reception, Room L-50 Applications for a restraining order under the Prevention of Domestic Violence Act may be requested when the parties have a past or present domestic relationship Superior Court of New Jersey Monmouth Family Division

16 How to File for a Domestic Violence Restraining Order During court hours, forms may be filed in Family Reception Room L-50 After court hours and when court is not in session, parties should contact their local police departments Superior Court of New Jersey Monmouth Family Division

17 Temporary Domestic Violence Restraining Orders Requests for restraining orders can be heard by a domestic violence hearing officer, who grants or denies the application If the request is denied, an appeal may be heard before a judge the same day Superior Court of New Jersey Monmouth Family Division

18 Temporary Domestic Violence Restraining Orders If the DV hearing officer or judge grants the request, a temporary restraining order (TRO) is issued A hearing for a final restraining order is scheduled within 10 days before a Judge The sheriff serves a copy of the TRO to the defendant A copy of the TRO is faxed to the Police Department of the plaintiffs town of residence Superior Court of New Jersey Monmouth Family Division

19 Final Domestic Violence Restraining Orders A judge determines whether or not to make a temporary restraining order permanent Final restraining orders do not expire, they can only be dismissed by a judge A final restraining order may include provisions for custody, parenting time, and support Superior Court of New Jersey Monmouth Family Division

20 Superior Court of New Jersey Monmouth Family Division Establishment of Support Obligations Once an order for support has been entered, Family Division staff located in Room L-50 meet with parties to: –Explain the transition of the case from the Family Division to the Probation Division –Provide payment instructions –Establish the child support account

21 Superior Court of New Jersey Monmouth Family Division Child Support Debit Card Child support payments can be received through direct deposit into a personal bank account or through the N.J. Debit Card. The N.J. Debit Card can be used at banks, ATMs and to make purchases at most stores Contact for additional information

22 Questions about Your Child Support Case? Additional child support questions may be answered by caseworkers Child support case workers are located at 30 Mechanic St., Freehold Have your CS# ready Superior Court of New Jersey Monmouth Family Division

23 Central Fee Office Filing fees may be paid in the Central Fee Office, Room 143 Support payments can be made in the Central Fee Office or at the Mechanic St. Office Please bring your docket number or support account number Superior Court of New Jersey Monmouth Family Division

24 Questions about Filing for Divorce? Divorce cases are processed in Room L-7 Packets are available in Room L-7 to assist self-represented litigants Superior Court of New Jersey Monmouth Family Division

25 Representing Yourself in Court Pro se litigants represent themselves in court rather than obtain legal counsel to represent them. Superior Court of New Jersey Monmouth Family Division

26 Family Division Staff Can: We can explain and answer questions about how the court works. We can tell you what the requirements are to have your case considered by the court We can provide you with samples of court forms that are available We can answer questions about court deadlines Superior Court of New Jersey Monmouth Family Division

27 Family Division Staff Cannot: We cannot give you legal advice We cannot tell you whether or not you should bring your case to court We cannot talk to the judge for you about what will happen in your case We cannot let you talk to the judge outside of court proceeding Superior Court of New Jersey Monmouth Family Division

28 Choosing an Attorney for Representation Monmouth Bar Association Lawyer Referral Service Ocean-Monmouth Legal Services Legal Aid Society Community Health Law Project Superior Court of New Jersey Monmouth Family Division

29 Important Things to Remember Bring the hearing notice with you to court Keep copies of all court orders in a safe place Inform court staff of address changes Superior Court of New Jersey Monmouth Family Division

30 Monmouth Vicinage Interpreting Services Ana Rivera, Court Interpreter, Vicinage Coordinator Located in Room 147 Superior Court of New Jersey Monmouth Family Division

31 Special Accommodations The Judiciary is committed to providing equal access to all its services and programs in a manner that integrates individuals with disabilities as much as possible. Each courthouse has a coordinator responsible for implementing the Americans With Disabilities Act (ADA). Disabled individuals with special needs should contact the Monmouth Vicinage ADA Coordinator: Maureen Burgess Room L Superior Court of New Jersey Monmouth Family Division

32 Office of the Ombudsman The Office of the Ombudsman works to provide: Citizen Assistance Public Information Community Outreach For additional Information contact: Theresa Romano Monmouth Vicinage Ombudsman Room

33 Monmouth Vicinage Volunteer Program Each county in New Jersey offers volunteer program opportunities. More than 5,000 volunteers participate in Judiciary programs statewide. Of these, close to 600 volunteers serve in the Monmouth County Volunteer Programs of: Supervised Visitation Program Juvenile Conference Committees Advisory Committee on Minority Concerns Student Interns / Administrative Volunteers Juvenile Intensive Supervision Program Court Appointed Special Advocates Program Child Placement Review Board Municipal Court Mediation For additional Information contact: Laurie Hughes Monmouth Vicinage Volunteer/CDR Coordinator Room L

34 Visit the New Jersey Judiciary on the Internet at Superior Court of New Jersey Monmouth Family Division

35 Your child deserves… …to be treated as an important and separate individual with unique feelings, needs, ideas and desires.

36 Your child deserves… … not to participate in the painful games parents play to hurt each other, or to be put in the middle of their battles.

37 Your child deserves… …not to be used as a message courier, informant, spy or go-between for parents.

38 Your child deserves… …a continuing, relaxed and secure relationship with both parents.

39 Your child deserves… …to express love and affection for, and receive love and affection from, both parents, as well as members of their blended families.

40 Your child deserves… …to know that expressions of love between children and parents will not cause fear, disapproval or other negative consequences.

41 Your child deserves… …to know that it is not their responsibility to keep their parents together.

42 Your child deserves… …continuing care, guidance and limit setting from both parents.

43 Your child deserves… …answers to their questions about changing family relationships that are free from blame, and that are age- appropriate.

44 Your child deserves… …to know and appreciate what is good in each parent.

45 Your child deserves… …to be protected from hearing degrading or negative comments about either parent.

46 Your child deserves… …to be able to experience regular, consistent, and flexible family time with each parent, and to know the reason for any changes to the parenting schedule.

47 Your child deserves… …to have neither parent interfere with, undermine, or discourage parenting time with the other parent.

48 Your child deserves… …not to be forced to choose one parent over the other, or to be encouraged to take sides.

49 Your child deserves… …to express feelings, concerns and ideas about changing family relationships.

50 Your child deserves… …to remain a child without being asked to take on parental responsibilities or to be an adult friend, companion or confidant to either parent.

51 Your child deserves… …the most adequate level of economic support that can be provided from the best efforts of both parents.

52 Your child deserves… …continuing, ongoing, positive relationships with friends, neighbors & extended family.

53 Your child deserves… …to appreciate the uniqueness of each parents home.

54 Your child deserves… …not to be used as a bargaining chip or a pawn.

55 Your child deserves… …to be free from questions about the other parents private life.

56 Your child deserves… …to see their parents, and other family members, treat each other in a respectful and courteous manner.

57 Your child deserves… …to develop and maintain friendships and engage in activities without the fear of losing time with a parent.

58 Your child deserves… …clear, reasonable, and consistent limits set by agreement of both parents, that are presented by the parents as a unified front.

59 Your child deserves… …a clear separation of their parents relationship from the parental relationship.

60 New Jersey Judiciary Monmouth Vicinage Stuart Rabner Chief Justice Philip S. Carchman Acting Administrative Director of the Courts Lawrence M. Lawson Assignment Judge Marsi L. Perkins Trial Court Administrator

61 Bienvenido a la División de Familia del Tribunal Superior de New Jersey Vecindad de Monmouth Paul Kapalko Presiding Judge Family Part Lori B. Cooper Family Division Manager

62 Nuestra Misión Somos una rama independiente del gobierno amparada bajo la Constitución para resolver desacuerdos con justicia, preservando las leyes, protegiendo la libertad y derechos garantizados por la Constitución y leyes de los Estados Unidos y de este Estado

63 Horario Nuestro horario es de 8:30 a.m. a las 4:30 p.m. Los casos legales son muy importantes y su procesamiento lleva tiempo. Apreciamos su paciencia Número principal: Superior Court of New Jersey Monmouth Family Division

64 DEFINICIONES DE PALABRAS DEMANDANTE: EL DEMANDANTE ES LA PARTE QUE INICIA EL JUICIO. DEMANDADO:LA PARTE CONTRA QUIEN SE HACE JUICIO. NUMERO DE CASO - FM: CASOS EN QUE LAS PARTES BUSCAN UN DIVORCIO EL CUAL TAMBIEN PUEDE INCLUIR ASUNTOS ASOCIADOS CON NIÑOS. - FD: CASOS EN QUE LAS PARTES BUSCAN RESOLVER ASUNTOS RELACIONADOS CON NIÑOS - FV: CASOS DE VIOLENCIA DOMESTICA EN CUAL LA PERSONA QUIERE UNA ORDEN DE RESTRICCION Superior Court of New Jersey Monmouth Family Division

65 Puede hacer las siguientes solicitudes en el salón L50: Verificación de Paternidad / Maternidad Custodia Visitas Manutención de menores Pensión Alimenticia Seguro Médico Orden de Protección contra la Violencia Doméstica Superior Court of New Jersey Monmouth Family Division

66 Como Solicitar: Verificación de Paternidad / Maternidad Custodia Visitas Manutención Seguro Médico Superior Court of New Jersey Monmouth Family Division

67 Llene los formularios necesarios y entréguelos a personal de la División de Familia en el salón L-50 Deberá presentar una identificación con foto La solicitud de Servicios de manutención de menores requiere un pago único de $6 La solicitud para servicios de pensión alimenticia requiere una tarifa anual de $25 Superior Court of New Jersey Monmouth Family Division

68 Proceso de Solicitudes El personal de Recepción del Tribunal de Familia procesara los formularios Por favor no se retire hasta que se procese su solicitud y usted firme los documentos Superior Court of New Jersey Monmouth Family Division

69 Determinación de Casos El Tribunal de Familia trata de alentar a las partes a resolver sus desacuerdos por medios informales Generalmente es mucho mas beneficioso para los adultos y los niños involucrados llegar a un acuerdo por consentimiento Es mucho mas fácil para las partes aceptar un acuerdo al que llegaron mutuamente Superior Court of New Jersey Monmouth Family Division

70 Casos de paternidad, manutención y seguro médico Estos casos son presentados ante un Oficial de Audiencias de casos de manutención El Oficial de Audiencias calculará la cantidad de manutención y hará una recomendación Usted puede aceptar o apelar la cantidad recomendada Los acuerdos se convierten en órdenes judiciales Las apelaciones se presentan ante un Juez Superior Court of New Jersey Monmouth Family Division

71 Casos de Paternidad, Custodia, Visitas y Manutención Estos casos son referidos a un Oficial de Probatoria Se fija una conferencia La conferencia es similar a mediación Los acuerdos llegan a ser órdenes jurídicas Las áreas que continúen en desacuerdo se presentan frente a un juez Superior Court of New Jersey Monmouth Family Division

72 Tribunal El juez escucha los casos que continúan en desacuerdo. Los casos pueden ser escuchados el mismo día cual fue fijado frente a un Oficial de Audiencias o de una conferencia Los casos se resuelven a través de una orden juridica Superior Court of New Jersey Monmouth Family Division

73 Venga preparado a la audiencia de manutención Tres talonarios mas recientes Devolución de impuestos Prueba de gastos de guardería infantil Información de desempleo Prueba de beneficios del Seguro Social Copias de otras órdenes de manutención Pruebas de otros ingresos Recibos de pagos directos Nombre del empleador y dirección Documentación médica si está a incapacitado Licencia de conducir Tarjeta de seguro médico

74 Las víctimas de violencia doméstica pueden solicitar una orden de restricción temporal en la Recepcion de Familia en la sala L-50 Puede solicitar una orden de restricción bajo la ley de Prevención de Violencia Doméstica si las partes han tenido o tienen un parentesco familiar Superior Court of New Jersey Monmouth Family Division

75 Como Solicitar una orden de Restricción contra la Violencia Doméstica Los formularios se deben llenar durante el horario de atención del Tribunal en la Recepción de Familia,salón L-50. Cuando las oficinas de los Tribunales están cerradas, debe pedir ayuda al departamento de policía de su localidad Superior Court of New Jersey Monmouth Family Division

76 Órdenes de Restricción Temporal contra la Violencia Doméstica Un oficial de audiencias de casos de violencia domestica escuchará su solicitud para una orden de restricción la cual puede ser otorgada o denegada Si su solicitud es denegada, un juez escuchará la apelación el mismo día Superior Court of New Jersey Monmouth Family Division

77 Órdenes temporales de Restricción Si el Oficial de Audiencias de violencia domestica o el Juez aprueba su solicitud, se le otorgará una orden de restricción temporal Se fijará una audiencia para una orden permanente en diez días Un Alguacil le entregará una copia de la orden de restricción temporal al demandado Se enviará por fax una copia de la orden al departamento de policía de la municipalidad de la victima Superior Court of New Jersey Monmouth Family Division

78 Órdenes Permanentes de Restricción contra la Violencia Doméstica El Juez determinará si la orden temporal se convertirá en una orden permanente Las ordenes permanentes no expiran, solamente pueden ser retiradas por un Juez Las ordenes permanentes pueden incluir custodia, visitas y manutención Superior Court of New Jersey Monmouth Family Division

79 Establecimiento de una cuenta de manutención Una vez que el juez firme la orden de manutención, las partes serán entrevistadas por el personal de la División de Familia, en el salón L-50 para; –Explicar la transición del caso de la División de Familia a la División de Probatoria. –Proveer información de pagos. –Establecer cuentas de manutención de menores. Superior Court of New Jersey Monmouth Family Division

80 Tarjeta de Debito Master Card de New Jersey Los pagos de manutención pueden ser depositados en su cuenta bancaria o por medio de una tarjeta de debito de New Jersey Puede usar la tarjeta de debito en bancos, ATM y realizar compras en la mayoría de tiendas. Para mas información sírvase a llamar al Superior Court of New Jersey Monmouth Family Division

81 ¿ Tiene preguntas acerca de su caso de manutención? Preguntas adicionales de manutención pueden ser contestadas por su trabajador: 30 Mechanic Street Freehold Tenga su número CS listo Superior Court of New Jersey Monmouth Family Division

82 Oficina de Pagos (Central Fee) Todo costo por gestiones se cancela en la oficina Central Fee, Sala 143 Manutención se puede pagar en la Oficina Central Fee o en las oficinas localizadas en el 30 Mechanic Street Freehold, NJ Por favor traiga con usted su número CS Superior Court of New Jersey Monmouth Family Division

83 ¿ Tiene preguntas acerca de divorcios? Los casos de divorcios son procesados en la sala L-7 Los paquetes Pro Se están disponibles en la Sala L-7 para asistir personas cuales se representaran así mismo Superior Court of New Jersey Monmouth Family Division

84 Representándose a usted mismo en el Tribunal Las personas que se representan a si mismas frente a un Tribunal en vez de obtener representación legal, se denominan Pro Se Superior Court of New Jersey Monmouth Family Division

85 El Personal de la División de Familia puede: Explicar y contestar preguntas acerca del funcionamiento del tribunal Indicarle los requisitos necesarios para que el juez considere su causa Darle muestras de los formularios disponibles en el tribunal Contestar preguntas sobre los plazos máximos que hay en el tribunal Superior Court of New Jersey Monmouth Family Division

86 El Personal de la División de Familia no puede: Darle asesoramiento legal Aconsejarle si debe o no presentar su causa a los Tribunales Hablar con el juez acerca de lo que va a pasar con su causa Hablar con el juez afuera del proceso judicial Superior Court of New Jersey Monmouth Family Division

87 Escogiendo un abogado para que lo represente Monmouth Bar Association Lawyer Referral Service Ocean – Monmouth Legal Services (Servicios Legales de Ocean-Monmouth) Legal Aid Society ( Sociedad de Servicios Legales) Community Health Law Project Superior Court of New Jersey Monmouth Family Division

88 Cosas importantes de Recordar Traer la notificación de su audiencia cuando venga a los Tribunales Mantener copias de las órdenes judiciales en un sitio seguro Notificar al personal de la Division de Familia de cambio de dirección Superior Court of New Jersey Monmouth Family Division

89 Servicios de Intérpretes del Condado de Monmouth Ana Rivera, Intérprete de los Tribunales, Localizadas en sala 147 Superior Court of New Jersey Monmouth Family Division

90 Necesidades Especiales Los Tribunales están comprometidos a hacer todo lo posible en proveer igual acceso a todos sus servicios y programas para incluir individuos incapacitados. Todos los Tribunales tienen asignado a un coordinador responsable de implementar la ley American Disabilities Act (ADA). Las personas incapacitadas con necesidades especiales se deben comunicar con la Coordinadora ADA de la Vecindad de Monmouth Maureen Burgess Salon L Superior Court of New Jersey Monmouth Family Division

91 Oficina del Defensor Civil / Ombudsman La oficina del Defensor Civil trabaja para proveer: Asistencia a los ciudadanos Información Pública Alcance a la Comunidad Para mas información favor de comunicarse con: Theresa Romano Ombudsman de la vecindad de Monmouth Sala

92 Monmouth Vicinage Volunteer Program EL estado de New Jersey ofrece oportunidades a voluntarios en todos los condados. Mas de 5,000 voluntarios participan en los programas de los Tribunales. En el condado de Monmouth, cerca de 600 voluntarios sirven en los siguientes programas. Programa de Visitas Supervisadas Comité de Conferencias de Adolescentes Comité de asesoramiento en asuntos de minorías Programa Intensivos de Supervisión de Adolescentes Pasantias / Administradores Voluntarios Programas Especiales de Defensores o representantes Designados por los Tribunales Junta de examinadores para colocación de menores Mediación del Tribunal Municipal Para mas información favor de comunicarse con: Laurie Hughes Coordinadora del Programa de Voluntarios/CDR del condado de Monmouth Salón L

93 Visite los Tribunales de New Jersey en la pagina Internet al: Superior Court of New Jersey Monmouth Family Division


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