Bari Z. Weinberger Named to 2020 Best Lawyers in America List  

Bari Weinberger NJ Best Lawyer for Families

Weinberger Divorce & Family Law Group is pleased to announce that certified matrimonial attorney Bari Z. Weinberger has been named to the prestigious Best Lawyers in America© list for 2020. Ms. Weinberger, our firm’s founder and managing partner, is recognized as one of the Best Lawyers® in the area of family law.

“To receive this recognition from my peers is affirming and humbling; I am honored to be in the company of so many leading family law attorneys around the country,” said Ms. Weinberger.

Ms. Weinberger has practiced family law in New Jersey for the past two decades. She is one of less than 2% of all attorneys statewide who has earned Certification in Matrimonial Law from the New Jersey Supreme Court. Ms. Weinberger is widely recognized for her expertise in advocating for her clients in their family and matrimonial matters. She was recently named a Top Woman in the Law by the New Jersey Law Journal and has been honored as a New Jersey Super Lawyer for several consecutive years. 

The annual Best Lawyers in America lists are compiled based on an exhaustive peer-review evaluation with over 83,000 industry leading lawyers eligible to vote on the legal abilities of nominated lawyers. Lists and peer reviews are based on specific practice areas.

Bari is proud to have her commitment to safeguarding her clients recognized with the top honor of Best Lawyers in America because she views it as a reflection of our entire Weinberger Divorce & Family Law Group team.

“We work together every day to support each other in assisting our clients and seeing them through very difficult times in life. We have our clients’ backs and this comes from true teamwork. Our cohesiveness and collaboration helps each of us be the best advocates possible for our clients,” she affirms.

Are you going through a divorce or family law matter? Our team of divorce and family law specialists are here to help. Start safeguarding your future today by scheduling a free attorney consultation at any of our six offices throughout New Jersey. Get answers to your questions and get a clear strategy for moving forward. Call us at 888-888-0919, or please click the button below. 

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