Are You Planning A Divorce Party?

Las Vegas is known as the place to go for raging bachelor and bachelorette parties and quickie wedding ceremonies performed by Elvis impersonators. But the new trend in Sin City tourism? Divorce parties! Continue reading

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3 Common Questions About Child Support Payments

Here’s a look at three of the most common questions parents ask about NJ child support when there are issues with award amounts, or parents not paying. What questions do you have?  Continue reading

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Helpful Children’s Books About Divorce

If you are going through a divorce and have kids, the care and well-being of your children is utmost on your mind. Trying your best to make the transition to two homes a loving, secure experience for your family? These four children’s books can do a great job in helping kids see the bigger picture that everything is going to be okay. Continue reading

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Bari Weinberger Honored At Leading Women Entrepreneurs Event

We’re pleased to announce that family law attorney Bari Weinberger, Weinberger Law Group’s founder and managing partner, has been named one of NJ’s Top 25 Leading Women Entrepreneurs & Business Owners for 2013! Continue reading

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3 Tips For Being Happy Living On Your Own

If you’re living alone now that you’re separated, you are actually not alone. According to a new study from the National Center for Family and Marriage Research at Bowling Green State University, more people than ever are living by themselves, with the overall percentage of solo households more than doubling since 1960 from 13 to 27 percent. Continue reading

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Study: Military Divorce Risk Depends On Deployment Length

As we’ve blogged about in the past, recent statistics show that divorce rates among all branches of the military have risen over the past decade.

Which military couples are most likely to divorce? Continue reading

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Why Creating a Holiday Plan for Child Custody Can Be A Good Idea

It’s the holiday season and spending time with family is more important than ever. But what happens when you are a single parent trying to negotiate with your ex-husband or ex-wife for an extra holiday visit with your kids? New Jersey divorce and family law attorney Bari Weinberger was recently interviewed for NJ 101.5 to give her take on the topic of child custody and the holidays, and why most couples should seriously consider writing a plan for the holidays right into their divorce settlement. Continue reading

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Don’t Fall For These 4 Common Divorce Myths

One of the biggest pitfalls of asking friends and family for divorce advice? Unless they are a divorce attorney, these well-meaning people may end up passing along common divorce myths and misconceptions that can set you up to make mistakes.

Which myths could you unknowingly be falling for? Here’s a look at four main divorce misconceptions. Continue reading

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Does the Affordable Care Act Encourage Divorce?

Could implementation of the Affordable Care Act (ACA) lead to an increase in divorce rates? Here are some compelling why this could be a distinct possibility.  Continue reading

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Getting Divorced? 4 Reasons Why It’s A Good Idea To Hire An Attorney

The most important decision you may make after deciding to get a divorce? Whether or not to hire a divorce attorney. In New Jersey, an individual involved in a divorce or family law issue has the option to hire an attorney or go it alone and represent themselves in their matter before the courts (what is legally called representing oneself pro se).

On the fence about what’s best for you and your divorce? Here are five factors to take into consideration when making the choice to pursue legal assistance. Continue reading

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