The Organization to Prevent Child Visitation Blockage (#TOPCHILD)
We are trying to get the New Jersey Legislature to adopt a law that would impose immediate penalties after THREE (3) consecutive (or non-consecutive) blockages of parenting time on a child of joint or other custody arrangements to automatically stop any child support payments, submit a misdemeanor charge of child endangerment, and immediately require the Child Protective Services to get involved with the matter to determine if said child support payments should resume and when.
A Bi-Partisan Bill should be written so that once reported to Child Protective Services, New Jersey Police Department, or the New Jersey Family Courts in the State of New Jersey, there will be immediate action taken to determine the cause. If the cause is in bad faith (not receiving child support, or any other reason), the parent of custody will have the Police remove the child and turn over to the parent of non-custody until an evaluation of the mental state of the custodial parent is assessed.
If blockages persist beyond FOUR (4) in one calendar year, this will automatically cause arrest of the blocking parent and a felony child endangerment charge levied against the blocking parent and temporary custody given to the non-blocking parent until a New Jersey Child Protective Services parenting fitness evaluation is completed.
Sure this is asking a lot of our law makers, to protect our children, but I have been blocked for FIVE (5) YEARS from parental visitation.
Here Is One True Story Being Brought Before The Appellate Division Today!
The blocking custodial parent used the police department on numerous occasions to stop the pickup of a child at the court appointed date and time for visitation and is even quoted on a police record as stating:
“Ex-husband is threatening to take his son away from his mother”. You can’t make this stuff up! See a true copy of the Wayne Police Report below:
WE CANNOT ALLOW THIS TO CONTINUE! JOIN US IN THE FIGHT AND GET IN TOUCH WITH YOUR NJ LEGISLATIVE REPRESENTATIVE.
You can find your New Jersey State Legislator at: https://www.njleg.state.nj.us/members/abcroster.asp