Monthly Archives: August 2015

How Do You Know It’s Time To See A Divorce Therapist?

Not everyone who goes through a divorce will need a therapist. If you don’t share property and children, and you are emotionally resolved about your decision, you may not feel the need for extra support. If you do have children … Continue reading

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High Conflict Divorce: When Co-Parenting Doesn’t Work, Try Parallel Parenting

Co-parenting, viewed by therapists and family law professionals as the gold standard for post-divorce parenting, works when both parents are willing and able to set aside their personal grievances and support their child’s relationship with the other parent. To do … Continue reading

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AshleyMadison Breach Devastates Couples in New Jersey

As our phones ring off the hook with people calling to retain our attorneys before their spouses do, we wanted to let our valued callers know that we understand what they are going through and so have written this letter … Continue reading

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Weinberger Law Group Featured In New Jersey Top Lawyers 2015 Publication

We are pleased to announce that our Weinberger Law Group team is the featured law firm in Legal Leaders’ prestigious New Jersey Top Rated Lawyers publication for 2015. Published annually each August, New Jersey Top Rated Lawyers listings only contain … Continue reading

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Estate Planning For Older Couples Getting Married the Second Time Around: Is Your Will Enough?

When older couples marry, especially when it’s marriage the second time around for both, certain legal issues can arise that require sorting out. One of the stickiest? Joining your assets in marital union only to then make estate planning decisions … Continue reading

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Divorcing A Narcissist: 5 Steps To Protect Yourself

To a narcissist, divorce is more than a failure; it’s an ugly black mark across a carefully polished façade. Because a narcissist cannot tolerate anything less than perfection, his or her dysfunctional coping strategy is to place all the blame … Continue reading

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NJ Senate Passes Bill to End Child Support Payments at Age 19: How Will This Change Your Order?

We have been tracking the progress through the New Jersey legislature of Senate bill 1046, which, if passed into law, would cause a major change in termination procedures for New Jersey child support payments. This bill would result in child … Continue reading

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Court Rules Pocket Dialed Phone Calls May Be Fair Game For Divorce Evidence

Almost everyone has been on either the calling or receiving end of a pocket dial (aka “butt dial”), that annoying habit cell phones have of accidentally auto-dialing when placed in a back pocket. Getting divorced? Here’s extra motivation to keep … Continue reading

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New Jersey Divorce Chronicles, Part 8: Who Gets the House?

Subject No. 1: Sharon In Part 6 of our ongoing case study, we saw that after Sharon took a hardline stance on child custody, Robert ended up with a temporary order for primary physical custody. In Part 7, we saw … Continue reading

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NJ Supreme Court Case Addresses Questions About Alimony Awards for Stay-At-Home Spouses: Gnall v. Gnall, Part II

On July 29, 2015, the New Jersey Supreme Court decided the case of Gnall v. Gnall, an alimony case we first blogged about in November of 2014, following oral arguments. This case was decided under the New Jersey alimony statute … Continue reading

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