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What If An Erin Andrews Case Happened in New Jersey?

Is your spouse spying on you?

In a recent article, Bari Z. Weinberger, Esq., managing partner at Weinberger Divorce & Family Law Group and family law expert explored the possibility of the Erin Andrews stalking case happening in New Jersey. Read more

Will Drones Be The Next Tool Spouses Use To Spy?

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GPS tracker apps installed on smartphones, computer spyware, and hidden cameras. Is it time to add drones to the list of high tech surveillance tools spouses turn to in their attempts to confirm suspicions of marital wrongdoing? Read more

Spyware & Stealth Smartphone Apps: Is High Tech Spying On Your Spouse Legal?

iStock_000006340524Small It’s a common situation we hear about when adultery (either actual or suspected) is involved in the demise of a marriage: one spouse decides to spy on the other. While in years past, snooping on a spouse usually entailed rifling through purses or pockets (or hiring a private investigator to catch cheaters in the act), in this day and age, spousal snooping more often involves hacking into email accounts and installing tracer apps on smartphones. Beyond the moral issues any form of spying raises, are these high tech forms of snooping even legal? Read more

Spying on Your Spouse During Divorce: How Far is Too Far?

Hidden video cameras. GPS tracking secretly installed in cars. Smartphone apps and computer spyware that save every text, search, and email…

Once accessible mainly to law enforcement or private investigators, surveillance technology has become cheaper and easier-to-use. And as a result, according to an investigative report by the Wall Street Journal, it’s turning modern divorce into a spying free-for-all as spouses increasingly turn to monitoring devices to obtain evidence of affairs and other marital wrongdoings. Read more