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NJ Divorce Chronicles: Hiring a Divorce Attorney, Installment 3

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Welcome to part 3 of our continuing blog series on avoiding common divorce mistakes. In part 1 of our series, we introduced you to our two New Jersey couples: Robert & Sharon and Jason & Melissa. In part 2, we looked at the process Sharon went through in hiring an attorney and her hasty decision to work with a “shark” divorce lawyer. In part 3, we will follow Jason’s process of hiring a divorce attorney and the very different choice in lawyer he makes. Read more

Weinberger Divorce & Family Law Group Announces New NJ Family Law Offices in Bergen & Somerset Counties


To better serve our clients, Weinberger Divorce & Family Law Group announces the opening of two new family law office locations! In addition to our Parsippany and Freehold locations, we now have offices in Hackensack and Bernards/Basking Ridge. All four offices are now open and ready to serve your NJ divorce and family law needs! If you are new to our firm, we encourage you to schedule your initial consultation at whichever branch is most convenient for you. Read more

How Do You Find A NJ Divorce Attorney?

It’s a question that’s probably foremost on your mind since you and your spouse made the decision to split. How exactly do you go about finding a divorce attorney? And more than that, how you find the NJ divorce attorney who will do the best job at representing your needs? Read more

Getting Divorced? 4 Reasons Why It’s A Good Idea To Hire An Attorney

The most important decision you may make after deciding to get a divorce? Whether or not to hire a divorce attorney. In New Jersey, an individual involved in a divorce or family law issue has the option to hire an attorney or go it alone and represent themselves in their matter before the courts (what is legally called representing oneself pro se).

On the fence about what’s best for you and your divorce? Here are five factors to take into consideration when making the choice to pursue legal assistance. Read more