Kisha M. Hebbon Successfully Advocates for Father's Rights

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A local lawyer wins a father joint legal custody and 50/50 parenting time with child of former girlfriend

The Law Offices of Kisha M. Hebbon advocates for fathers’ rights in New Jersey, and have fought for and won joint and sole custody for fathers.

Recently, Kisha M. Hebbon was able to win a local father joint legal custody and 50/50 parenting time with his child in case FD-09-771-16, Hudson County Court. The father, whose relationship ended with the mother prior to having their child, was distraught. Since the two were never married, many would think that the father’s claim to joint custody would not be as viable as the mother’s.

Prior to working with Kisha, the court documents stated that the father was only able to see his child at the mother’s convenience, and only at her home. Following a week-long trial, Kisha M. Hebbon was able to change that. According to court documents,the mother’s counsel argued that, despite using formula as a primary source of nutrition, the mother would need more time with the child for breastfeeding purposes. According to the record, Kisha Hebbon advocated for the use of a breast pump and for a portion of the milk to accompany the child every time it visited the father. Hebbon also cited the fact that the mother had used a breast pump before, as she would leave milk with a baby-sitter when she went off to work.

Fathers in New Jersey who are worried about receiving custody of their children in a divorce are urged to contact the Law Offices of Kisha M. Hebbon, LLC. Men who were never married to a former partner may still have a right to custody of their child. Call Kisha Hebbon’s Somerset, New Jersey offices at 732-873-6464 or visit her website at to learn more.

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