Monthly Archives: October 2014

What Is a Covenant Marriage?

Making headlines in wedding news this week are the nuptials of Jill Duggar, the second eldest daughter of TV’s famous 19 Kids and Counting Duggar clan, and her new husband, Derick Dillard. Their wedding — which recently aired on TLC … Continue reading

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Domestic Violence and Abuse in New Jersey: Where to Find the Help You Need

As we recently depicted in “Faces of Domestic Violence,” it is not always easy to identify domestic abuse, especially in its more subtle forms. This means that often, people in the grip of this problem delay seeking help until a … Continue reading

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Controversial Bad Judge Show A Case of Bad Judgment?

Have you watched the new NBC show, Bad Judge? The series, starring veteran TV actress Kate Walsh, has recently come under fire for its depiction of a female judge who engages in — to put it lightly — highly unethical … Continue reading

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Positive Co-Parenting Over Thanksgiving

Thanksgiving is a day to celebrate family and all that we’re thankful for, and for divorced families, the day is no different! Usually, the only ingredients needed to bring joy — not stress — to the table during the holiday … Continue reading

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Family Law Tuesday Divorce Q&A Round Up

Please join us for Family Law Tuesday, our live Q&A session held on our WLG Facebook page on the first Tuesday of every month. The next Family Law Tuesday is planned for November 4 from 8-9 pm. What kinds of … Continue reading

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5 Inside Secrets Divorce Attorneys Don’t Want You To Know

The process of finding an attorney to represent you in your divorce can feel confusing and overwhelming. Is the lawyer charging a fair price? How do you know his or her style is the right fit? The attorney may seem … Continue reading

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In Aftermath of Ray Rice Assault, NJ Lawmakers Introduce 3 New Domestic Violence Bills

In her most recent post for the Huffington Post, WLG’s Bari Weinberger analyzed the outcome of the Ray Rice domestic violence case, calling for improvements to New Jersey domestic violence law. Members of the New Jersey Legislature are now following … Continue reading

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5 Money-Saving Tips for Surviving the Holidays When You’re Newly Divorced or Separated

Between all the gift buying, festive parties and holiday travel, the expenses of the holiday season can really add up, especially if you’re recently separated or divorced and adjusting to a new budget. How can you make it through to … Continue reading

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Faces of Domestic Violence: Three Very Different Stories

One of the most difficult aspects of domestic violence is that it affects a victim’s ability to take self-protective measures. Some people are uncertain whether or not their situation even amounts to domestic violence. Others are simply overwhelmed by their … Continue reading

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An Open Letter to the NFL: Play This Season’s Super Bowl Off the Field

Dear Mr. Roger Goodell, As a lifelong football fan, my intention was to spend this year’s NFL season, as I always do, rooting for the New York Giants to win big. However, since the Ray Rice domestic assault video broke … Continue reading

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