We are pleased to announce that our Weinberger Divorce & Family Law Group team is the featured law firm in Legal Leaders’ prestigious New Jersey Top Rated Lawyers publication for 2015. Published annually each August, New Jersey Top Rated Lawyers listings only contain law firms rated as AV Preeminent® by Martindale Hubbell®, a peer review system considered the gold standard in attorney rankings.
The profile article details the tremendous leadership taken by Weineberger Law Group in the New Jersey family law community in 2015. As the article notes:
When you step inside Weinberger Divorce & Family Law Group’s offices, it is immediately apparent that this is not an antiquated law firm with old school ideas. The mission of this modern-day firm is clear: your needs come first. Observing the team in action underscores its client-centered approach
Comprised of energetic, compassionate, and esteemed attorneys, paralegals and support staff, everyone shares the same vision and commitment to their family law clients. “We have a genuine passion to ensure that all clients’ lives are improved as a result of our involvement,” says matrimonial specialist and managing partner, Bari Z. Weinberger, Esq.
In the past year, our firm opened a fifth office (in Burlington County), was named a Best Places to Work in New Jersey (2014, 2015), and firmly established itself as the largest divorce and family law firm in the state. Our attorneys have been named to virtually every New Jersey “best of” attorney list, and our diverse family law attorney roster has expanded to include even more all-star legal advocates dedicated to serving your needs.
We’ve been busy, but wanted to take a moment to say how pleased we are to see our efforts recognized in this way. This year’s New Jersey’s Top Rated Lawyers magazine will be distributed in the Wall Street Journal, Inside Jersey, American Lawyer, Corporate Counsel, National Law Journal, and other select publications. We also have copies available at all Weinberger Divorce & Family Law Group office locations.
Please give it a read and let us know what you think!