Navigating your New Jersey county's Family Court can be a confusing and exhausting process. Below are some resources that may assist you with contacting your county and arranging hearings, as well as information regarding school districts and domestic violence.

Atlantic County

Atlantic County Superior Court (609) 345-6700

Atlantic County Superior Court is responsible for overseeing all matters of law. Family Law cases are handled in the court's Family Division.  The court is located in Atlantic City.

Atlantic County Public Schools (609) 625-0004

Atlantic County Public Schools are supervised through New Jersey's Department of Education. The Department of Education provides a school search of Atlantic County for families seeking education for their children.

Burlington County

Burlington County Superior Court (609) 518-2600

Burlington County Superior Court oversees all matters of law, both criminal and civil. Family Law issues are resolved in the court's Family Division. The court is located in Mount Holly.

Burlington County Public Schools (609) 265-5060

The New Jersey Department of Education holds an office for Burlington County in Mount Holly. A full list of Burlington County's public schools can be found in the county's public schools directory.

Camden County

Camden County Superior Court (856) 379-2200

Camden County's main courthouse is located in Camden. A majority of legal matters are handled here, and most Family Law proceedings are handled by the Family Division. Camden County also has a separate Child Support office, located in Cherry Hill.

Camden County Public Schools (856) 401-2400

Camden County's office with the New Jersey Department of education is located in Blackwood. The Department of Education has a school search option for families seeking to provide education for their child.

Cape May County

Cape May County Superior Court (609) 465-1000

Cape May county Superior Court is located in Cape May Court House. The court oversees all legal matters both criminal and civil. Issues pertaining to Family Law are resolved in the court's Family Division.

Cape May County Public Schools (609) 465-1283

New Jersey's Department of Education holds an office in Cape May. The office can assist families with finding the right school for their child, and the website has a searchable directory of all Cape May County public schools.

Cumberland County

Cumberland County Superior Court (856) 451-8000

Cumberland county Superior court is located in Bridgeton. The court is responsible for handling all legal matter within the county, including issues of Family Law. These matters are handled by the court's Family Division.

Cumberland County Public Schools (856) 453-2125

Cumberland County's Superintendent of Schools oversees all public education within the county. The office houses a list of different school districts within the county that can be contacted for families seeking education for their children.

Gloucester County

Gloucester County Superior Court (856) 853-3200

Gloucester County Superior Court is located in Woodbury. The court handles matters of Family Law in its Family Division.

Gloucester County Public Schools (856) 686-8370

Gloucester County maintains a direct supervision over its public schools. The county houses 29 school districts, and the office can be contacted when a family wishes to register their child for classes.

Ocean County

Ocean County Superior Court (732) 929-2042

Ocean County Superior Court oversees all legal matters within Ocean County. Cases of Family Law are handled within the court's Family Division. The court is located in Toms River.

Ocean County Public Schools (732) 929-2078

Ocean County directly oversees its public schools. Representatives of the district can assist families in locating a school for their child.

Mercer County

Mercer County Superior Court (609) 571-4000

Mercer County's Superior Court is located in Trenton and oversees all matters of law within the county. The Family Division resolves all cases pertaining to Family Law.

Mercer County Public Schools

Mercer County's Public Schools are managed by district, with no overarching superintendent for the county. A full list of each school district is found on the county's website for families wishing to enroll their children in education.

Salem County

Salem County Superior Court (856) 878-5050

All legal matters in Salem County are resolved in Salem County Superior Court. The court's Family Division will handle all matters pertaining to divorce, custody, and other matters of Family Law. The courthouse is physically located in Salem.

Salem County Public Schools (856) 339-8611

Education in Salem county is overseen by New Jersey Department of Education's Salem office. The Department of Education provides a searchable directory of all public schools within the county for families with children in need of education.

Domestic Violence Victims

Domestic Violence 1-800-572 7233 (SAFE)

New Jersey's domestic violence program and hotline are available for use for all victims of domestic violence, 24 hours a day.

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