5 Ways To Recognize If Your Friend Is Experiencing Domestic Violence

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Is my friend being abused by their partner?

This is a difficult question to ask, and answer. The signs of domestic violence can be subtle, and even invisible.  Verbal abuse, psychological manipulation, and financial exploitation are frequently present with or without physical violence, or physical evidence. If violence is physical, it’s often explained away as being clumsy or having an accident.

Domestic violence affects people of both genders and all walks of life. Here are 5 signs to help you better understand if what your friend is going through domestic abuse. Read more

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5 Ways To Stay Calm & Reduce Divorce Court Stress

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As if divorce weren’t stressful enough, going to court to ligate battles over custody and other high stakes issues can drive negative emotions to new heights. When it’s your day in court, you really do want to do everything you can to be calm, cool and collected. First, it’s important for your peace of mind, and second, maintaining your composure is critical for putting your best foot forward in front of the judge.

What helps to avoid “divorce court stress”? Here are some guidelines to help you manage your emotions during this difficult time. Read more

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High-Conflict vs. Low-Conflict Divorce: Where Are You on the Spectrum?

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Conflict is almost inevitable in divorce, but not every divorce is, or has to be, a 10 on the animosity Richter scale. Wondering if you and your ex are turning into one of “those” couples? Read on to learn where your divorce lands on the conflict spectrum. Read more

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This Is How To Prepare Kids For Their Parents’ Divorce

Adjusting to divorce is one of the toughest things kids can go through. Although you can’t change the reality of divorce, you can do things to help prepare your children for the changes to come. Here are five ways to ease your kids’ transition from living in an in tact family to a family with two homes. Read more

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How To Avoid Dreadful Mistakes In Your Divorce

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The truth of divorce is that you will be making some of the most important financial and emotional decisions of your life when you’re at your most vulnerable. Dismantling your family and assets can feel so scary and overwhelming that it can be hard to think clearly. Read on to learn how to avoid making dreadful mistakes during the divorce process. Read more

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How Do You Know When You’re Ready for Divorce?

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Before you say “we’re through!”, make sure you’re ready to embark on an arduous and life-changing divorce process. So how do you know if you should act on your impulse? Here are four key questions to help you determine if your marriage deserves a second chance, or if you’re ready for divorce. Read more

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3 Ways To Diffuse a Difficult Divorce

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Is your difficult divorce making you miserable? Has the conflict between you and your ex taken over your life? Diffusing a hostile divorce is possible, but it takes acquiring new skills. Read on to learn what you can do to make your divorce less acrimonious. Read more

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Avoid Costly Divorce Mistakes! FREE Divorce 101 Seminar in Hackensack

How do I file for divorce in New Jersey?

What are the expensive pitfalls that I should avoid? 

How do I safeguard my privacy in divorce?

What will happen to my kids? My home? My finances?

The new Alimony law: will I have to pay more / receive less?

Whether you still have an amicable relationship with your spouse, or things have become contentious, we know the questions that plague anyone contemplating divorce. This is why we have crafted a dynamic in-person presentation with all the essential information, tips and insider secrets you need to take control of your life and safeguard your future.

In 90 impactful minutes, find out exactly what you need to do to get your divorce on the right track. Presented by New Jersey family law expert Bari Z. Weinberger, founder of Weinberger Divorce & Family Law Group and a certified Matrimonial Law attorney, this is an opportunity that you can’t afford to miss.

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Free Help For Victims Of Domestic Violence

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In New Jersey, an act of domestic violence happens every 7.29 minutes. Domestic violence does not discriminate: It can be found in both straight and LGBT relationships, and victims can be either female or male.

All victims of domestic abuse deserve to be safeguarded.

Bari Weinberger, our firm’s founder and managing partner, has made it her mission to help domestic violence survivors find the safety they and their children deserve.

Please use the free tools and downloads Bari and our team have developed to start building a safer future. We have a free book, presentation, a free safety plan, and more.  Help is here for you. If you know a loved one who may be experiencing abuse, or you work for a domestic violence shelter or agency New Jersey, we ask that you share this information with anyone who may need it.

NJ Domestic Violence Hotline: 1 (800) 572-SAFE (7233)

National Domestic Violence Hotline: 1(800) 799-7233

If you are in immediate danger, please call 911. 

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Don’t Get Burned In Divorce! FREE Divorce 101 Seminar in Parsippany!


How do I file for divorce in New Jersey?

What are the expensive pitfalls that I should avoid? 

How do I safeguard my privacy in divorce?

What will happen to my kids? My home? My finances?

The new Alimony law: will I have to pay more / receive less?

Whether you still have an amicable relationship with your spouse, or things have become contentious, we know the questions that plague anyone contemplating divorce. This is why we have crafted a short in-person presentation with all the essential information, tips and insider secrets you need to take control of your life and safeguard your future.

In 90 impactful minutes, find out exactly what you need to do to get your divorce on the right track. Presented by New Jersey family law expert Bari Z. Weinberger, founder of Weinberger Divorce & Family Law Group and a certified Matrimonial Law attorney, this is an opportunity that you can’t afford to miss.

Spaces are strictly limited. Register today!

When?  Thursday February 7th

Time:     6 – 730 pm

Where?  119 Cherry Hill Road, Suite 120, Parsippany, Morris County 

Cost?     Free

How do I get a seat? Register here

Who is this for?  Anyone considering divorce, going through the early stages of divorce, or has just been served with divorce papers.  

Please share this invitation with your friends or loved ones who are in need of this information and help!

About the Presenter: Bari Z. Weinberger

Bari Weinberger, founder of Weinberger Divorce & Family Law Group, is a certified Matrimonial Attorney with an AV Preeminent (highest) peer rating. New Jersey Law Journal recently named Bari a Top Woman in the Law, recognizing her leadership and contributions to family law in New Jersey. Bari has been named to the Super Lawyers lists for the past decade and also earned recognition as a Best Lawyer for Families by New Jersey Family magazine. Bari is a highly skilled litigator and certified family law mediator. She is proud to lead a powerful team of divorce and family law attorney specialists who all share a passionate dedication to providing their clients with the highest levels of legal care.

 

 

 

 

 

We hope to see you on February 7! Please call us at 888-888-0919 if you have questions about the event or are ready to meet with a family law attorney right now.

 

 

 

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