7 Infidelity Triggers And How To Circumvent Them

Infidelity doesn’t just happen; it’s a response to feelings and circumstances. Are you at risk for cheating on your spouse? Here are 7 infidelity triggers that can tell you it’s time to take a step back and work on saving your marriage. Read more

3 Surprising Tips For Preventing Divorce

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When two people plan a life together, they usually envision tangible aspects: a home, children, vacations, a social circle, retirement. But they often overlook the intangible qualities required to make that plan a reality. Currently in the throes of doing everything you can to save your marriage? Here are 3 tips you may not have tried yet!  Read more

Congratulations to Our Firm’s Newest Certified Matrimonial Law Attorneys

Congratulations to six of our firm’s attorneys for recently achieving the distinguished title of Certified Matrimonial Law attorney! Only 2% of attorneys in the state are Certified by New Jersey Supreme Court. We are pleased to announce that joining these exclusive ranks are Weinberger Divorce & Family Law Group attorneys Dianna Cavaliere, Michael J. Evans, Robyn Howlett, Laura Mendonca, Veronica Norgaard and Rachel Partyka.

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Dating After Divorce: 6 Ground Rules For A Successful Relationship

The relief of extricating yourself from an unhappy marriage can propel you into a rebound relationship – or dating merry-go-round – that can range from merely distracting to, worse, an ill-advised second union. While there’s no hard rule about how long to wait to date post-divorce, it generally takes a year or two to process what went wrong in your marriage before you’re emotionally prepared to make smart romantic choices.

When you do decide you’re ready, here are some time-tested ground rules for sane dating can help you attract partners that enhance your life – not drive a freight train through it. Read more

School’s Out: Is Your Child’s Support Coming To An End?

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As your child prepares to graduate from high school, it’s a time of big transitions and happy celebrations. And for parents who receive child support, it’s also a time to naturally wonder: will child support continue once your child moves on from high school into the world of adulthood?

To start finding the answer this question, the first place to look is your divorce settlement and/or existing child support order. Did you and your former spouse come to an agreement as to the age of your child, date and/or circumstances for child support to terminate? If your divorce was years ago, you may have forgotten that your decree even contained this information. Go over your documents to see what directives they may contain.

If no such language exists, you will need to look to New Jersey’s updated child support laws for guidance. Read more

Kids, Parenting Time & Vacation: Are You Ready for the Summer? 

The countdown to summer break has begun! And that means that before the final bell of the school year rings, it’s time for you and your ex to iron out plans for the months ahead.

Are you ready for the less structured days of summer vacation? Planning a trip with your kids? Want more time with your child? Or wondering which parent pays for expenses like summer camp?

Here are answers to common summer co-parenting questions we hear all the time!  Read more

3 Steps to Prepare for Marriage the Second Time Around

Meghan Markle and the UK’s Prince Harry are set to wed this summer. This will be the first trip down the aisle for Prince Harry, but did you know that it’s actually marriage the second time around for Meghan Markle?  She divorced her first husband, actor Trevor Engelson, in 2013.

If  you are preparing for your own second chance at wedded bliss, then you — just like Ms. Markle — are in the very privileged position of understanding what can sink a marriage and the distress of needing to divorce. So let’s help you put this wisdom to work! Before you say “I do” again,  here are three important steps you can take to safeguard your peace of mind in your new marriage. Read more

7 Signs That Your Marriage Is Over

The task of marriage is not to avoid conflict, but to work through it in order to grow as a couple and as individuals. Problems left to fester will eventually erode a marriage. Read on to find out if yours is headed for divorce — and what you can do to keep it from going over the brink. Read more

Cheating Spouse? 3 Signs Adultery May Not Be The End Of Your Marriage

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The worst thing about finding out your spouse cheated is usually not the fact that he or she has been involved with someone else. It’s knowing that you were lied to — repeatedly. Still, infidelity doesn’t have to spell the end of a marriage. If you and your spouse can work through the betrayal and establish a genuine emotional intimacy, your marriage could last and even be better than before. Here are 3 hopeful signs that you may be able to put the past behind you. Read more

Is Divorce Fight Over $400 Million Super Yacht Worth ‘Hollow Victory’?

Some spouses fight over who gets the living room furniture. But in a high profile divorce involving a Russian billionaire, the object of contention is a little pricier: a luxury “super yacht” valued at almost $400 million. Read more