Short Hills NJ Family Law Attorney Announced Divorce Child Abuse Interview

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Allison C. Williams, Esq., a Short Hills, New Jersey child abuse and family law attorney, announced an interview on handling child abuse and neglect allegations in divorce cases. The interview will be held Wednesday, February 15, at 10 am EST, on the Impact Makers Radio Show Divorce Series.

More information on Ms. Williams and her law firm can be found at [http://newjerseydyfsdefense.com](http://newjerseydyfsdefense.com/).

Child abuse and neglect allegations are problematic in divorce cases, as they are often used by the parties involved as a powerful tactic to obtain different legal advantages. In situations where such allegations are made, it is important for the accused to understand the legal procedures, the nature of the possible sanctions, and the best course of legal action.

Similarly, thorough knowledge of what constitutes child abuse, neglect and mistreatment is essential for legal parties looking to make such allegations in a court case, as false accusations can have serious legal consequences.

Allison C. Williams, Esq. is an experienced divorce and family attorney specializing in child abuse and neglect law. She has previously been featured on the Katie Couric show as well as interviewed on News12 and Pix11. Her upcoming interview on the Impact Makers Radio will discuss the appropriate handling of child abuse allegations in divorce and other court cases.

The topic has recently been brought to public attention in a news story concerning a Paterson, NJ basketball coach, story on which attorney Williams was asked to officially comment by The Star Ledger. By bringing six overseas students into the U.S. under the pretext of being their legal guardian, the coach might have violated a number of state and federal laws. The legal and ethical implications of such actions can be important, as they highlight potential abusive practices on the fringes of current law.

The interview conducted by Talk Show host Stewart Andrew Alexander will discuss appropriate legal actions for both those accused of child abuse and for those who believe their child has been neglected or mistreated. Potential implications of child abuse allegations as well as the most effective ways to handle such allegations in a variety of court cases will also be discussed with attorney Williams.

Interested parties can find more information by visiting http://impactmakersradio.com.

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