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General Services

ADA Accommodations:
Individual requiring accommodations in Family Court due to a disability should contact the Family Division Manager’s Office at (732) 519-3207.  The individual needs will be documented and forwarded to the Vicinage (ADA) Coordinator.

Attorney /Customer Conference Rooms:
On each floor there are conference rooms available to attorneys on either side of each courtroom.  They are on a first come, first served basis.  There is a lounge for the Family Bar Association on the 3rd floor.

Children’s Waiting Room:
The Children’s Waiting Room is available to parents that have business in the Courts, and is free of charge.  The room is on the first floor of the Family Court.  There are baby changing facilities in the public restroom.

Food Services:
The only food services available in Family Court are vending machines located in the basement.  Food and beverage must stay in the vending area.  Food or beverage is not allowed in the building, outside of the vending area.  There are many restaurants within easy walking distance of the Family Court.

Interpreter’s Service:
Any person requiring the services of a court interpreter should notify the calendar coordinator for this case so an interpreter can be assigned. Use language line for exotic languages and proceedings estimated at 30 minutes or less.  Use staff interpreter for Spanish.

Parking/Handicapped Parking:
Adjacent to the Family Court Building, there is a parking deck with various fees.  There are Handicapped spaces available. There is also metered parking on various streets in front of and around the Court House.

Public Address System:
If someone needs to be paged, such as an attorney or in the event of an emergency, notify the receptionist on the first floor, Family Intake.

Security:
Family Court Security is provided by the Middlesex County Sheriff’s Department.  The telephone number for Family Court Security is (732) 519-3392.

Supervised Visitation:
A volunteer program of the Family Division to provide access for the non-custodial parent in a neutral setting without interference from the custodial parent during a period of assessment.

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