There should not be any consequences to you so long as the DYFS cases have been closed and/or determined to be unsubstantiated.
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The way you phrased the question, maybe. DYFS certainly cannot stop you from moving in together, but once you do, if a new complaint is filed, depending on the seriousness of the allegations, DYFS may have something to say about it, but there are specific procedures that they must follow and you and he must follow. I refer such cases to a woman atty I know who has years of experience fighting unfounded DYFS claims-Toni Ann Russo, Hackensack, NJ. Call her for a consult even if she is too far to actually take the case. She may well know someone in your area.
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