Family court suspend child custody or terminate parenting time without a full hearing?

This is not allowed say the courts above family court, the federal court.  

So we are banding together to file a group suit to tell the higher courts your story.  This is free


You will get a full hearing that you're entitled to so you can fully and carefully explain why your children must be given back.  Help your children and prevent what happened to you from happening to others.  It doesn't matter how long ago they took your children, you can still act now.


Attend this seminar to find out how you can help your children.  

If you can't attend the semiar, then email us your story yes@paface.org


Federal Suit Details:

In the next few weeks we will be filing suit against New Jersey Courts and Pennsylvania Courts asking for an injunction to prevent New Jersey Courts from taking custody away from a parent without a prompt and full hearing--which is what is required by the United States Constitution.


Child Custody Suspended

Bring your family court papers so we can check the language in your order.  If your order has language that your child custody is suspended, then we want to look at all the other facts so you can participate in this group suit.


Parenting Time Terminated

Bring your family court papers so we can check the language in your order.  If your order has language that your child parenting time is terminated or suspended, then we want to look at all the other facts so you can participate in this group suit.


Visitation Terminated  

Bring your family court papers so we can check the language in your order.  If your order has language that your child visitation schedule is suspended, then we want to look at all the other facts so you can participate in this group suit.


Full Hearing

A full hearing means the right to present evidence, cross examine accusers and be represented by counsel if one chooses.  


The federal courts have not said precisely how soon is "prompt," but essentially it means a soon as possible and certainly a matter of days, not weeks or months. New Jersey is not giving parents a prompt and full hearing when stripping one parent of custody and awarding custody to another.  


Twelve Plaintiffs

We currently have twelve plaintiffs who were deprived of custody for over a year without a full hearing.  We will be filing suit on behalf of himself and all similarly situated New Jersey parents.  We would like to add additional plaintiffs to the suit. Anyone who has lost their parental rights without a prompt and full hearing is a potential plaintiff. &n