When Morris County couples face separation, divorce, or familial issues, they turn to the firm that has the experience and credentials to aggressively protect their interests — Weinberger Divorce & Family Law Group. With law offices headquartered in the town of Parsippany-Troy Hills, Morris County, New Jersey, Weinberger Divorce & Family Law Group has rooted its practice in the community, offering years of family law representation for the following:
During this often unsettling time, Weinberger Divorce & Family Law Group understands the questions and concerns expressed by divorcing couples and residents with family law issues.
Below are a few issues we can help with that divorcing couples may have questions about:
The house you jointly own in Mendham is your most valuable asset. How will it be divided in a split?e.
When one spouse works for AT&T, Honeywell, Colgate-Palmolive, Pfizer, or any other Fortune 500 company headquartered in Morris County, New Jersey, how is an employee stock portfolio or 401k divided in a divorce?
You live in Chatham, but after your divorce, your ex-spouse plans to move to New York City to be closer to work. How will this affect child custody arrangements?
You live in Mountain Lakes and have always been the family’s breadwinner. Will you need to pay spousal support? If so, how will this be calculated?
Morris County has a diversity similar to the big cities, but unique to its own locale. While many family law issues will involve high net worth concerns, others will amicably resolve through divorce mediation. Regardless of how many assets are at stake, you can rest assured that we will work tirelessly on your behalf to protect your rights, financial interests, assets, and loved ones.
On paper, being barred in the state of New Jersey certainly reads well; however, in practice, your attorney needs much more to succeed. 100% of our time is devoted exclusively to divorce and family law, and we hold the highest rating possible from Martindale-Hubbell, and AVVO, as well as five-star ratings from Google Reviews. You benefit in several ways: you’ll be represented by an attorney who understands the law on a statewide level, and who knows the local judges, courts, and community—allowing him or her to seamlessly navigate the Morris County court system.
The benefits of having Weinberger Divorce & Family Law Group on your side are numerous. Since the attorneys only focus their efforts on family law, they contribute to and share a common knowledgebase that is constantly updated. This vast collection of information is relied upon by all of the firm’s attorneys and adds significant value to your law matter.
Bari Weinberger, the law firm’s leading partner, literally wrote the book on New Jersey family law. Certified by the Supreme Court of New Jersey as a matrimonial law attorney, Ms. Weinberger is the associate author of the New Jersey Family Law Practice, a five-volume treatise referenced by attorneys and family law judges all over the state.
To Mediate or Litigate…
In an ideal setting, every divorce would be resolved through mediation; however, the reality is that divorce can come with confrontation. While we will certainly work with you to avoid litigation, the firm’s attorneys are fully prepared to litigate your family law matter to the extent that’s needed, up to and including the courtroom. Judges we may appear before regarding your matter include:
Hon. Ralph E. Amirata
Hon. Ann R. Bartlett
Hon. Maritza Berdote Byrne
Hon. Peter Bogaard
Hon. Donald G. Collester, Jr.
Hon. James M. DeMarzo
Hon. Robet M. Hanna
Hon. Michael P. Wright
Litigation in and of itself can stir emotions—especially when children are involved. We are both sensitive and diplomatic to this issue, in an effort to preserve relations where future communications between spouses, long after the divorce has been finalized, are necessary.
What to Expect from Us
It all begins with the firm’s commitment to you. Your personal attorney will subscribe to following set of principles:
Unique Needs: At the onset, your family law matter will be evaluated, and a clear understanding of the divorce process for your specific matter(s) will be outlined.
Communication: The lines of communication are wide open. Your attorney will take the time to understand your goals, consider your values, and make recommendations for the most appropriate course of action.
Privacy: When it comes to your divorce or other family law matter, privacy is of paramount concern. All aspects and details of your divorce matter will be highly safeguarded and treated with respect.
Fact Finding: Various information, which will be needed to assist your attorney in protecting your rights, will be requested. This information will be used to increase the value and/or outcome of your family law matter.
Commitment: By minimizing stress levels and financial output, these family law attorneys are totally committed to you and your case to help you achieve a favorable outcome.
Trust: Throughout the entire process, consistent support is given to you and your family members. Even during the post-judgment period, Parsippany residents frequently rely on Weinberger Divorce & Family Law Group for a variety of family law matters.
Your Case Matters
In your search for a family law attorney, you’ll be hard pressed to find a team of more dedicated and knowledgeable lawyers. Regardless of the type of separation, divorce, domestic violence, or family law issue you face, your WLG attorney will stand behind you to the end. While mediation might resolve your issues, it’s not always appropriate for everyone. In either case, our highly regarded lawyers have established a solid reputation as a group of tireless attorneys who have your best interests at heart. Below is a list of the towns and municipalities most frequently served:
Our headquarter law office is located just off of Route 46, and is easily accessible from Routes 80, 287, 280, 10, 202, and the Garden State Parkway. Contact us today so that one of our lawyers or mediators can immediately help you during your time of need. We will be there for you.
Don't go into your divorce or family law matter defenseless