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About Weinberger Divorce & Family Law Group:
Weinberger Divorce & Family Law Group is a law firm local to New Jersey that devotes its time exclusively to family law. Our attorneys have worked for years with family law cases all over the state, including many cases from Ocean County. Because our attorneys have local experience with helping Ocean County residents, we are able to provide an unparalleled level of service and understanding. In times of divorce or other family issues, you need the benefit of having someone who is well versed in handling local issues. Weinberger Divorce & Family Law Group can relate to questions and concerns expressed by local couples seeking divorce and or residents with family law issues.
We aim for top-notch attorneys in our law firm and have worked hard to maintain the highest ratings from AVVO and Martindale-Hubbell. Our goal is to make sure that you are well represented both inside and outside the courtroom across a variety of legal issues. We’ve dealt every possible situation including negotiation, alternative dispute resolution, divorce mediation, litigation, and more so you can rest assured that your case is in the best possible hands.
Litigations can create a range of emotions, especially when children are involved. Our attorneys will be sensitive to these issues and will handle all dealings between spouses and family members as diplomatically as possible. Your attorney understands that communications about child custody, visitation, and other future family law issues are smoothest when tensions run low.
What to Expect from Weinberger Divorce & Family Law Group Attorneys:
All of our attorneys at Weinberger Divorce & Family Law Group are committed to your family’s well-being and hold ourselves to the following set of principles:
Unique Needs: We understand that every case is different and will take whatever time is needed to clearly understand your needs, consider your values, understand your goals, and make solid recommendations for the most appropriate course of action.
Communication: We strongly believe in establishing great lines of communication that will be kept open during the entire process.
Privacy: When it comes to legal matters, privacy is of paramount importance. Every aspect of your case will be carefully handled, safeguarded, and treated with respect.
Fact Finding: Collecting data is often required to help you protect your rights. We will use this information to increase the value and/or improve the outcome of your case.
Commitment: We pledge to offer our total commitment to you and your case in the most economical way and under the least amount of stress possible.
Trust: You can rely on us to support both you and your family members throughout any and all aspects of legal matters (even during the post-judgment period).
Ocean County Judges
In some legal cases, trial may be the only viable solution. Weinberger Divorce & Family Law Group has earned a reputation for providing professional and reliable advocacy on behalf of our clients.
Judges we may appear before regarding your matter include:
- Hon. Deborah S. Hanlon-Schron
- Hon. Kenneth T. Palmer
- Hon. Kimarie Rahill
- Hon. Pamela Madas Snyder
- Hon. Dina M. Vicari
- Hon. Brian S. White
Ocean County Cities We Frequently Serve:
|Barnegat Light||Lakehurst||Point Pleasant|
|Bay Head||Lakewood||Point Pleasant Beach|
|Beach Heaven||Lavallette||Seaside Heights|
|Beachwood||Little Egg Harbor||Seaside Park|
|Berkeley||Long Beach||Ship Bottom|
|Brick||Manchester||South Toms River|
|Island Heights||Ocean Gate||Toms River|
Ocean County Family Law & Divorce FAQ:
- I live in Mantoloking and have always been the family’s breadwinner. How will our alimony calculated?
- My house in Tom’s River is my most valuable asset. Will I have to sell it in a divorce?
- I live in Jackson Township, but my spouse is moving to Philadelphia to be closer to work. What happens to our child custody arrangements?
- I live in Point Pleasant and am self-employed. Will this be factored into a divorce settlement?