When parents make the decision to leave their children home unsupervised, sometimes, it’s by choice and sometimes it’s by necessity. Perhaps the parent is going next door to a friends for a short time. Or, perhaps they need to get to a job interview and can’t afford child care. When does this decision mean that the parent is neglecting their child? Read more
Certain personality types fuel acrimonious divorces. Because high-conflict people thrive on drama, it only takes one to turn divorce into a war zone. Does this sound like your former spouse? Read on for tips on how to cope with an antagonistic ex. Read more
Do men really get alimony from their wives? Or since marriage equality — their husbands? It is a fairly frequent question that has been asked over the years here in New Jersey.
What’s the answer? Read more
Are you concerned that your loved one’s partner controls all the money? There’s a difference between a mutual agreement in which one responsible spouse handles the finances, and an imbalance of power in which one partner manipulates the other into being the financial gatekeeper. Read more
Approximately 38 percent of women of South Asian origin living in the United States will experience domestic abuse by a spouse or partner. Domestic violence doesn’t discriminate and any victim — whether a woman or man — can face immense personal hurtles in getting help. Additional challenges for victims of South Asian origin often include cultural, linguistic and economic barriers.
Hurtles are meant to be overcome, and all victims of domestic abuse deserve to leave an abusive situation. In this blog, we take a closer look at the unique challenges experienced by members of the South Asian community and the steps victims can take to get help. Read more
You may be familiar with the term “restraining order” as a remedy of protection for victims of domestic violence. But what’s the difference between a Temporary Restraining Order (TRO) and a Final Restraining Order in New Jersey (FRO)? Let’s take a look. Read more
Although Weinberger Divorce & Family Law Group is here to guide clients through divorce, we would prefer that you stay happily married! Here are 27 top tips to help you remain together from this day forward… Read more
You have separated from your child’s other parent and since your split, your ex has been directing how and when you spend time with your child. What you can you do to protect your rights as a parent? Here’s what separated parents can do to secure their parenting time with their kids. Read more
In recognition of October’s Domestic Violence Awareness Month, Weinberger Divorce & Family Law Group will participate in domestic abuse prevention and awareness activities taking place throughout the month. Would you like to participate? Check out our list of 2017 awareness month events. Each of us can make a difference. Please share this blog to help spread the word. Read more