Monthly Archives: May 2014

New Jersey Passes Historic Adoption Law

History was made yesterday in New Jersey when Governor Chris Christie signed into law a new provision allowing adoptees access to their birth records. When the law is enacted in 2017, it will mark the first time New Jersey will … Continue reading

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WLG’s Raquel Vallejo Appears on CNN en Español

Weinberger Law Group’s Raquel Vallejo appeared live on CNN en Español earlier this month, serving as a legal expert on the show, Realidades en Contexto con Mercedes Soler.

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Bari Weinberger Included in List of New Jersey “Super Lawyers”

Bari Weinberger, founder and managing partner of Weinberger Law Group, has been included in Super Lawyers’ list of New Jersey family law attorneys.

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Pennsylvania Follows New Jersey’s Lead In Legalizing Same Sex Marriage

Does this sound familiar? Earlier this week, a federal judge in Pennsylvania struck down the state’s ban on same-sex marriage, paving the way for gay and lesbian couples to marry in-state, and for out-of-state same-sex marriages to finally be recognized. … Continue reading

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5 Things You May Not Think to Share with Your Divorce Attorney

By the time a couple decides to pursue a separation or divorce, one or both of the spouses may be feeling betrayed and more than a little hurt. While these types of feelings can be normal, sometimes transgressions between spouses … Continue reading

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Finding Hidden Assets in Divorce: Your Questions Answered!

Concerned that your spouse may be hiding assets during your divorce? If you are a spouse who was not privy to certain aspects of your joint finances during marriage, or you find that your spouse has displayed certain red flag … Continue reading

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If Shelly and Donald Sterling Divorce, Who Gets the Clippers?

Shelly Sterling, wife of disgraced LA Clippers owner Donald Sterling, is reportedly on the brink of filing for divorce from her husband of 60 years. She has signed divorce papers, sources say, but has not yet actually filed them — … Continue reading

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New Jersey State Senate Passes Adoption Records Access Bill

On Monday, May 12, the New Jersey Senate approved a groundbreaking measure that would give people adopted in the state access to their original birth certificates. The move is the result of a decades-long push by a group of advocates … Continue reading

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What Happens When One Spouses Refuses to Take Part in the Divorce?

Khloé Kardashian filed for divorce from Lamar Odom in December 2013, with reports at the time claiming the couple’s divorce would be quick and easy thanks for a far-reaching prenuptial agreement the two are said to have in place. It’s … Continue reading

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Why Can’t New Jersey Prenuptial Agreements Address Child Support/Custody?

Today’s blog post is part of our special series on prenuptial agreements and marriage running throughout the month of May. Please see previous posts in the series: 8 Common Items in Prenuptial Agreements and Are You Ready for the Legal … Continue reading

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