Weinberger Divorce & Family Lawyers — Salem County, New Jersey

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About Weinberger Divorce & Family Law Group:

When divorce or family issues arise, couples need dedicated legal counsel who can understand the Salem County’s unique footprint. Weinberger Divorce & Family Law Group is a law firm local to New Jersey that provides that counsel to many couples and families each year.

Couples who are considering divorce or facing marital problems often have individual questions or concerns. These concerns might include separation and the divorce process, the mediation process, child custody issues, civil unions and domestic partnerships, domestic violence, or other family-law related matters.

Dealing with Divorce & Family Law in Salem County

Finding a divorce attorney who’s barred in the State of New Jersey is easy. However, you want to be confident that the lawyer representing you in court has experience working in with the Salem County court and with local law issues. This will help to ensure that they can effectively and efficiently navigate the family court system. At Weinberger Divorce & Family Law Group, we make sure that each of our attorneys is well versed in local law matters in various counties across the state, including Salem County.

Judges We Work With:

While the goal is to simply and quickly resolve your marital dispute, this is not always realistic. If your case cannot be resolve and trial is the only viable option, we will advocate aggressively on your behalf both inside and outside of the courtroom to protect your assets and your interests.

Over the years, we have made it our mission to develop positive relationships with the Salem County judges and with the community in general. Below is a list of the judges we work with on a regular basis:

Salem County Judges:

  • David E. Krell

What to Expect from Weinberger Divorce & Family Law Group Attorneys:

All of our attorneys are committed to each of their clients and subscribes themselves to the following 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. We will do everything in our power to find real, workable solutions that are well suited for you and your family.

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 documents, information, and other 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 financially affordable 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).

Salem County Cities We Frequently Serve:

 

AllowayManningtonPittsgrove
Carneys PointOldmansQuinton
ElmerPenns GroveSalem
ElsinboroPennsvilleUpper Pittsgrove
Lower Alloways CreekPilesgroveWoodstown

Salem County Family Law & Divorce FAQ:

  • My Carneys Point house is my greatest asset. How is it going to be divided in a divorce?
  • I live in Pittsgrove, but my spouse is moving out of state. How will such a scenario impact my child’s custody arrangements?
  • I work at Salem County Community College. Does my spouse have a claim if he or she were to pursue my 401k?
  • I have extensive stock options. Will my spouse have a right to any portion of those options as a result of divorce?
  • I are the primary breadwinner. Will I be responsible for spousal support?