Monthly Archives: October 2013

WLG Attorney Raquel Vallejo Named NJ Hispanic Bar Association Trustee

Weinberger Law Group associate Raquel Vallejo, Esq. has been sworn in as a Trustee for the Hispanic Bar Association of New Jersey, representing Union County. Ms. Vallejo was recognized at HBA-NJ’s 34th Annual Installation and Swearing-In Ceremony, held October 30 … Continue reading

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Co-Parenting When You Really Can’t Stand Your Former Spouse

Let’s face it, divorce can be messy. While the goal for many couples is get to a place of peace with one another, it can take time — often a great deal of time — to get there. If you … Continue reading

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What Happens to Your Civil Union When You Marry?

With same-sex marriage now legal in New Jersey for a little over a week, questions have been popping up concerning some of the finer points of couples obtaining marriage licenses, especially those already in civil unions or domestic partnerships. Here … Continue reading

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Actor Jon Cryer’s Ex-Wife Demands $80K/Month Increase in Child Support

Jon Cryer, star of CBS’s long-running sitcom, Two and a Half Men, and one of the highest paid actors on TV, is being asked by ex-wife Sarah Trigger to increase his child support payments from $8,000 per month to support … Continue reading

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Monmouth County Courthouse Increases Spanish Language Services

Visitors to the Monmouth County Courthouse in Freehold may notice changes that have been made recently to signage and informational services throughout the building. In an effort to accommodate Spanish-speaking litigants, the courthouse has implemented a number of measures to … Continue reading

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Bari Weinberger To Lead Divorce Law Education Seminar

Family law attorney Bari Z. Weinberger, founder and managing  partner of Weinberger Law Group, will be a featured instructor at the upcoming legal seminar, Divorce Law Guide from A to Z, sponsored by the National Business Institute’s Continuing Legal Education … Continue reading

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Understanding the Signs of Parental Alienation

Your child’s other parent won’t let you talk on the phone to your son or daughter. Your child acts shy or resentful around you until it finally comes out that your ex has been saying some pretty awful things about … Continue reading

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Asset Division: Making A List Of Marital Property

When you are asked as part of your divorce to make a list of all marital (jointly owned) property, what should you include? Every couple will have a unique set of assets to list, from the family home to home … Continue reading

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NJ Same Sex Marriage Approved to Begin Monday

Update 2: On 10/21, the Christie administration withdrew its appeal of the court ruling allowing same sex marriage in New Jersey. Update 1: To understand the legal road to gay marriage in New Jersey, read our new article, Status of … Continue reading

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High or Low Retainers: Which Is Best When Hiring An Attorney?

If you are contemplating divorce or are engaged in a child custody, child custody, or alimony dispute post-divorce, having a family attorney by your side to guide you through the legal process concerning your matter is critical. However, with no … Continue reading

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