In Case Of Future Divorce, Meghan And Harry’s Move To California Could Have Major Impact

In Megxit news, it has been revealed that Harry and Meghan, the Duke and Duchess of Sussex, have left Canada and will now make their new permanent home in Hollywood, California. 

The move will put Harry and Meghan closer to Meghan’s mom Doria, and may be a strategic choice to help Meaghan restart her acting career.

But moving to Hollywood also comes with a significant legal change for the couple: California’s community property laws.  Read more

Get Answers To Your Urgent Coronavirus Child Custody & Divorce Questions

Coronavirus Child Custody Nj Divorce QuestionsCoronavirus & Child Custody: Has the COVID-19 emergency disrupted your parenting time with your child? Are you divorcing and not sure what your options are? Can you temporarily reduce or stop child support or alimony?

Family law expert Bari Z. Weinberger, founder and managing partner of Weinberger Divorce & Family Law Group, will go Live on Facebook this Sunday, March 29 at 6 pm ET to answer key questions she’s been receiving over the past few weeks from worried and anxious parents and those experiencing other family law matters.

RSVP Now! Get answers to urgent questions such as….

  • How do I know what our emergency parenting time plan should be?
  • What if my ex is a healthcare worker? Can I stop parenting time?
  • What do I do if I feel unwell and my ex can’t care for the kids?
  • My ex is keeping the kids until this is over. Can I “get back” this lost parenting time in the future?
  • I filed for divorce just before the pandemic began. How do I keep my divorce on track?
  • I had to close my family run business and don’t have an income. Can I stop/reduce support payments?
Like our WLG Facebook page to get an alert for the Live and receive updates on coronavirus and your parental rights in New Jersey during this time of crisis. Bari is live Sunday, March 29 at 6 pm on our Facebook page. Don’t miss this crucial information.

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6 Benefits Of Keeping Your Divorce Private

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If your ex’s behavior has left you hurt and angry, you may be tempted to overshare details of your divorce. However, posting the news across social media channels, or even venting to friends, can heighten your anxiety and increase conflict between you and your ex. Before you decide to air your marital dirty laundry, consider the benefits of keeping your divorce private. Read more

How High-Conflict Co-Parents Can Get Their Kids Through The COVID-19 Emergency

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Co-parenting with a high-conflict ex is challenging even in the best of times, but many are finding the task to be exponentially harder during the COVID-19 emergency. Wondering what to do if your co-parent is not communicating? Or communicating in ways that are adding to your stress levels? Here are some quick tips for how co-parents can collaborate during the Coronavirus outbreak. Read more

Warning For Separated Parents: Be Cautious About Coronavirus Parenting Time Plans

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When a couple decides to separate, and they have children, it’s always a good idea to draw up a temporary custody plan.

Temporary child custody spells out where the couple’s children will live and how much time they will spend with each parent in the period before the couple’s divorce, or the couple’s reconciliation.

But here is where COVID-19 enters the picture, and if you are a separated parent, where you need to watch out that you are not about to make a huge mistake. Read more

COVID-19 Update: How Do You File For A Domestic Violence Restraining Order?

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As the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic unfolds, many in New Jersey are working from home, facing quarantines and self-isolation, and encountering a high level of disruption to their daily activities; for individuals experiencing domestic violence, this public health situation can expose additional dangers and risks.

Are you experiencing domestic violence and concerned about how to go about getting help during this difficult time? Here is what you need to know now about how to file for a temporary restraining order (TRO).

[Please be advised that due to the fluid nature of the COVID-19 situation in New Jersey, we will update this blog with any new procedures that can affect domestic violence procedures.] Read more

Coronavirus & Child Custody Plans: Answers To Your Urgent Questions 

Child Custody & CoronavirusAs a parent, you’re concerned about coronavirus and want to do everything possible to safeguard your kids — and yourself — from this fast spreading health risk. But as a divorced co-parent, you’ve also got the added pressure of needing to coordinate COVID-19 precautionary measures with your ex. 

Could COVID-19 disrupt your custody plans? When is it not safe for your kids to travel to see their other parent? What about international custody? We’ve been fielding a lot of calls from parents this week with urgent questions about coronavirus and its impact on custody. We have gathered a few of these questions and answers in this blog. We’ll be adding more as information on the virus changes. Read more

Getting Divorced During The Coronavirus Outbreak? 3 Things To Know

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New Jersey has declared a state of emergency over coronavirus (COVID-19) and its potential impact in the state. If you are considering a divorce, or have a divorce case currently progressing through the New Jersey court system, you are probably wondering what happens next? Are the courts still open? What should you do?

Here are some information to help you safeguard yourself: Read more

NJ School Closures: Is Your Parenting Time Plan Ready For COVID-19? 

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Update: List of Current School Closures in New Jersey

Concerns that New Jersey may soon see a widespread outbreak of coronavirus (COVID-19) has school districts throughout the state preparing for emergency closures that could last weeks or even months. If you are a divorced parent following your school year parenting time schedule, you are probably wondering how a prolonged school closure could affect your time with your kids. 

Should you and your ex take time now to get your own emergency custody plan in place to cover any worst case scenarios?  Read more

Parenting With A High-Conflict Ex: 10 Strategies For Success

Parenting with a high-conflict ex can be crazy-making , but there are steps you can take to keep yourself sane so you can be the best parent you can be. Here are 10 strategies for success: Read more