Monthly Archives: March 2015

3 Secret Tax Deductions You Can Claim After Divorce

One silver lining of divorce? You may own Uncle Sam a little less when filing this year’s federal income taxes. Before April’s tax deadline, make sure to double-check your calculations to avoid missing out on these three often overlooked divorce-related … Continue reading

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Child Custody: Don’t Take My Kids

We recently blogged about the case of Paul Eksteen, a New Jersey father fighting for the return of his 11-year-old son from Paraguay. Eksteen’s son left the U.S. with his mother in late 2013, despite a court order demanding the … Continue reading

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Weinberger Law Group Family Law Attorneys Named To New Jersey Super Lawyers List

We are pleased to announce that ten of our Weinberger Law Group family law attorneys have been included in the 2015 list of New Jersey Super Lawyers and Super Lawyer Rising Stars. They are…

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Trying to Modify Your Child Custody Plan? Here Are 3 Steps To Take Right Now

Is your current parenting time or child visitation plan just not working out? If you are considering seeking modification to an existing New Jersey child custody order, it will be important for you to provide evidence as to why a change to your custody … Continue reading

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Study: Divorce More Likely When Wife Becomes Seriously Ill

A new study published in the Journal of Health and Social Behavior has found that when wives take ill, marriages are more likely to end in divorce.

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New Jersey Divorce Chronicles Part 4: Why “Coming out Swinging” Could Backfire

In part 2 and part 3 of our continuing blog series on avoiding common divorce mistakes, we looked at two different approaches to hiring a divorce attorney. In part 1 of our series, we introduced you to our two New Jersey … Continue reading

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New Jersey Father Embroiled in International Child Custody Case Alleges Kidnapping Charges Against Former Wife

Making headlines this week is the case of Paul Eksteen, a Morris County father caught up in an international child custody dispute with his ex-wife, Rosita Berdichevsky. In November 2013, Berdichevsky left the country with the couple’s son and relocated … Continue reading

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