Weinberger Divorce & Family Law Group Attorney Featured Speaker at Department of Families & Children Seminar

Weinberger Divorce & Family Law Group is pleased to announce that associate attorney Veronica R. Norgaard, Esq. will be the featured speaker at the upcoming Young Lawyers 101 CLE Seminar: “Department of Families and Children 101,” held Thursday, November 14, 2013. The event is sponsored by the Middlesex County Bar Association. Read more

10 Lessons Learned from Celebrity Divorces

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Celebrity divorces happen all the time. So what have these famous faces learned from their marital mistakes? Turns out, a lot! From finally loving yourself to being a better parent, check out the life lessons these 10 celebrities say have been a direct result of their divorce. Read more

Divorce Vacations!

With Labor Day coming up soon, it’s the perfect time for a long weekend getaway. And if you are separated or recently divorced? Taking a solo trip may exactly what you need to feel refreshed and ready to embrace your new life. Where should you head on your first “divorce vacation”? Travel + Leisure magazine recently named its “Best Places to Travel After a Divorce,” a list of 20 destinations in the U.S. and around the world that fit the bill for newly divorced travelers — from spa trips to surfing school with others fresh off a break up. Read more

Weinberger Divorce & Family Law Group Cover Story for New Jersey Legal Leaders – Top Rated Lawyers

Congratulations to Bari Weinberger and staff at Weinberger Divorce & Family Law Group! We’re pleased to announce that Bari and the rest of the Weinberger team are a featured lawyer/law firm cover story for New Jersey Legal Leaders – Top Rated Lawyers, an annual supplement compiled by ALM publications. Read more

During Home Remodeling Projects, 1 In 10 Couples Consider Divorce

Remodeling can add value to your home, but the stress involved with gutting and rebuilding the kitchen or adding on an addition can also remodel your marriage. According to a recent online survey from home design website, Houzz.com, 46 percent of couples reported feeling more frustrated with their spouse during the redecorating and remodeling process, with a full 12 percent admitting to contemplating separation or divorce by mid-remodel. Read more

NJ Supreme Court Rules In Battle Over Kids’ Last Name Change

If you’re thinking about changing your child’s last name post-divorce, make sure you can give a judge a compelling reason why doing is a benefit to the child. That’s the message in a new New Jersey Surpreme Court ruling in which a Burlington County woman’s name changes for her children were overturned. Read more

Co-Parenting: Six Tips For A Successful School Year

As school districts across New Jersey begin preparations for another school year, what are you doing to prepare for “back to school” as a newly divorced or separated parent? If you’re wondering how to combine co-parenting and school obligations, here are some tips to ease the transition: Read more

Should Same-Sex Divorce Cover Pre-Marriage Financial Issues?


Imagine that you lived with your partner and shared finances for 30 years before finally getting married. Then imagine that soon after saying “I do” you decided to get a divorce. What happens to your shared finances? Should only assets gained after the marriage count when you spent decades living, for all intents and purposes, as a married couple? What if during most of those 30 years you lived together the law didn’t allow you to marry? Does that change anything? Read more

Simon Cowell Scandal: Why Cite Adultery as a Grounds for Divorce?

Simon Cowell found himself in the legal spotlight last week when news broke that the TV and music mogul has been named as a co-respondent in the New York divorce proceedings of real estate developer Andrew Silverman and his wife, Lauren Silverman. What’s the latest? Read more

Anxiety about Cost Top Concern of Individuals Facing Divorce

A couple knows their marriage is over, so what’s delaying their decision to actually file for divorce? Read more