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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. 

Free Presentation: Domestic Violence 101: A Guide For Spousal Abuse Victims In New Jersey from Weinberger Law Group

The slide-based presentation provides support and legal information for domestic abuse victims, including: What is domestic violence? What are the signs of domestic abuse? How can you get help for spousal abuse in New Jersey? How do you obtain a temporary restraining order? Why is timing so important in getting a final restraining order? And more…

Free Book: A Guide For Domestic Violence Victims In New Jersey

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Written by Weinberger Law Group founder and family law expert, Bari Z. Weinberger, A Guide For Domestic Violence Victims In New Jersey walks you through the many forms of legal help available to women and men seeking assistance and protection in a domestic violence matter. With real-life examples and easy-to-follow information, readers will understand how to seek police assistance, find shelter, fill out a temporary restraining order request form, file for temporary spousal and child support, learn what information judges look for when deciding whether or not to turn a TRO into a permanent order of protection, how to maintain a confidential address, and more. Download your free ebook here.

 

 

 

Free Download: Spousal Cyber Spying: Are You At Risk?
In today’s high tech world, an abusive spouse can easily use GPS apps or spyware technologies to cyber stalk their partner. If your spouse demonstrates controlling or abusive behavior and also enjoys technological tinkering, you may have special cause for concern. Our download teaches you how to recognize the signs of cyber spying and how to get help.

Free Download: Keeping Computers & Smartphones Safe From Spying Spouses
From smartphones that track GPS to spyware placed on computers that log your internet browsing history, our download teaches you how to keep your tech devices safe from a spying spouse or partner.

Free Resource Guide to New Jersey’s Domestic Violence Shelters
Learn where to find shelters and other domestic violence agencies in New Jersey with our free resource guide

Free Domestic Violence Attorney Consultations: Learn about your rights and legal options by meeting with one of our compassionate family law attorneys for FREE. In your consultation, you and your attorney will discuss the specifics of your domestic violence situation and the legal remedies that can get you to safety, including filing for a restraining order, filing for temporary spousal and child support, emergency custody, and how to file for divorce, if applicable. We serve clients from throughout New Jersey. Please use our site chat or call us today at (888) 888-0919. For added peace of mind, please note that you discuss with your attorney is COMPLETELY confidential.

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