Going through a bad spell in your marriage and wondering if it’ll last? Instead of focusing on problems, try thinking of solutions. Here are 5 signs that you and your spouse have the skills to save your marriage and make things work. Read more
Does divorce have to be aggressive, contentious and a constant battle? NO. There IS another way.
Yes, you CAN have a low conflict divorce.
Yes, you CAN maintain a positive relationship with your spouse throughout your divorce.
Yes, you CAN be left in a good place with your ex, able to co-parent well, and without animosity.
On Tuesday November 21, family law expert Bari Z. Weinberger will give an overview of the legal options and HOW to achieve this. In this free, live webinar divorce expert Ms Weinberger will illustrate the perils that can wreck your chances of a ‘good’ divorce and 3 of the legal strategies you can use in New Jersey to keep your divorce peaceful and positive. Register here.
Divorce Doesn’t Have To Get Messy talks us through:
- What are the perils and potential pitfalls that can mess up your divorce, your kids, and your future?
- How to keep your divorce out of the courtroom
- What are the alternatives to a litigated divorce in NJ?
- How to keep your divorce low-conflict
- Your legal options …and more!
Bring your notepad and your questions and we will answer your divorce questions live! Register for this webinar via the link below. Guest list is strictly confidential and places are strictly limited.
Find out more about Alternative Dispute Resolution including divorce mediation, collaborative divorce (conscious uncoupling), and arbitration. Or to discuss your own situation in depth with an attorney at no cost, please schedule a free consultation on (888) 888-0919 or by clicking the link below:
Is is possible to go through divorce with minimum stress and conflict, and still protect your assets, your children — and your sanity? Yes! Here are three key things to avoid to achieve a good divorce without so much struggle. Read more
You can hate your ex and still have a good divorce…with a little extra effort. From putting aside your negative feelings to keeping legal fees down and your children’s spirits up, read on for 27 ways to have the best divorce possible. 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
When divorcing spouses cannot or will not work out their differences, they may end up before the courts in a divorce trial. The trial itself often takes several days, if not weeks, and the hearings that precede the trial can take months or even years in some cases. Is there an alternative to this frequently drawn out process? Yes. It’s a way to divorce known as mediation. As a divorce process, mediation can save couples time (and money) and the stress of a divorce trial. Read more
In our last installment of our ongoing case study series, we saw how the Marriage Early Settlement Panel (MESP) made recommendations for property distribution in Robert and Sharon’s divorce case, filed in New Jersey family court. Today we will look at how the distribution process might work in private divorce mediation. Read more
We are pleased to announce that two of our family law attorneys have achieved the status of Court-Approved Mediator for the state of New Jersey. Congratulations to attorneys Allison Holzman and Jason Tuchman for their accomplishment and expansion of Weinberger Divorce & Family Law Group’s mediation services. Two other Weinberger Divorce & Family Law Group attorneys, Alison Dunn and Gregory Pasler recently completed advanced training in mediation. Read more
After three years of marriage, Khloe Kardashian filed for divorce last week from husband Lamar Odon, citing irreconcilable differences in public court documents released on Friday. It may make for juicy celebrity gossip to speculate about what went wrong for the reality TV couple, but if Kardashian and Odon are like most celebrity, high-profile couples, this first glimpse of their divorce will likely be the last glimpse until a final divorce decree is announced. Read more
As divorce mediation grows in popularity among couples trying to save money, time, and the hassle of going to court as they end their marriages, it puts the focus on the kinds of skills needed for this type of divorce process to be successful. Read more