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Allison Williams Williams Law Group Family Law, Divorce, Custody & Support
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Williams v. the Rubber Stamp

Allison C. Williams had only been practicing family law for two years when she came to the swift and startling realization that she would be fighting an uphill battle for the rest of her life. As the youngest associate at the small family law firm Lomurro, Davison, Eastman & Muñoz, Williams was often handed walk-in cases. So when “A.F.” came into the firm’s Freehold office one afternoon in 2005, the newbie was tapped. “As soon as I met her I could tell this woman was just broken,” recalls Williams, now founder and owner of the New Jersey-based Williams Law Group. “She had alcohol on her breath and I don’t think I had ever seen such a gaunt, lifeless expression before.” A.F.’s husband had recently committed suicide, leaving her behind in a state of deep depression and in charge of two children, one of whom was 8 years old and severely autistic. A.F.’s children were forcibly removed from their home by the Division of Youth and Family Services (DYFS) and placed in the care of her late husband’s parents. What’s more, DYFS wanted A.F. to undergo a series of evaluations and services simultaneously in order to be reunified with her children. That’s when Williams got involved. When they eventually got to court, Williams approached the deputy attorney general representing DYFS, who explained to Williams that the agency was demanding four specific conditions in order to grant visitation rights. They wanted the mother to undergo a substance abuse evaluation, psychological evaluation, therapy and attend parenting classes. Williams says it would be impossible for her client, or any human being, to comply in the manner they required. “Instead of saying, ‘Let’s get you from being drunk to being dry to being sober to being in recovery, and while you’re getting well, we’ll put you in therapy,’ they decided that, all at once, she needed [all four],” Williams says. “Until she’s sober, and able to focus on what’s being taught to her, putting a whole bunch of services in place is not going to be productive. “She rebuffed me, but I wasn’t too concerned,” says Williams. “In my naivete, I assumed it would be no different than divorce litigation. We’d both present our case to the judge and he’d make a decision. But that’s not what happened.” When Williams and her adversary approached the judge, he asked the deputy attorney general what conditions...

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Most Read Posts on Our Blog in 2015

I hope 2016 is off to a great start for everyone. Here is a round-up of the most read posts on our blog in 2015. Thanks for reading, sharing and supporting us. I hope these articles helped you get to know more about your parental rights, DYFS proceedings and how our firm can help. Defense Strategies for Litigating Division of Youth and Family Services DYFS Law – How Findings May Impact Matrimonial and Custody Proceedings What’s In A Name: DYFS becomes DCPP Can I sue DYFS? Substance Abuse Evaluations by DCPP/DYFS...

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Allison C. Williams News 12 Interview Video 2

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Allison C. Williams News 12 Interview Video

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Allison C. Williams on News 12

  Owner Allison C. Williams, Esq. being interviewed by News 12 at the Prisoner Reentry Training Program for...

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