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Weinberger Law Group & Sussex County:
Sussex County is considered to be one of the quieter corners of the state, more rural and farther from the city than its busier neighbors. Nonetheless, when it comes to legal representation, we believe that any New Jersey resident experiencing family law issues has the right to expect the highest degree of professionalism.
Weinberger Divorce & Family Law Group is a New Jersey based family law firm that focuses solely on divorce and other family law cases. We have worked with many clients from all over the state, including Sussex County, over the years so we know how to handle local issues and the local court systems. Our attorneys are well-equipped to handle any type of legal issues involving spouses or other family members including divorce and separation, child and parenting issues, domestic violence, mediation, litigation, and more.
Some cases might be easily resolved through private mediation whereas others others might need extensive litigation that goes all the way to trial. Regardless of the circumstances of your case, you can put your trust in our attorneys to work aggressively to protect your rights, financial interests, assets, and loved ones.
What to Expect from Weinberger Divorce & Family Law Group Attorneys:
Weinberger Divorce & Family Law Group is fully committed to you and your case. Any one of the family law attorneys you work with subscribe to 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 request this information and it will be given to your attorney to strengthen the value of your case. We will use this information in court where necessary to provide the best possible outcome.
Commitment:We pledge to offer our total commitment to you and your case in the most 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).
Escalated Family Law Issues
Divorces can range from easily mediated to more highly charged and contested disputes. Weinberger Divorce & Family Law Group uses negotiation, divorce mediation, alternative dispute resolution, litigation, and more, to achieve the best possible outcome when family legal matters escalate.
We know that emotions are on edge during many cases, especially when children are involved. At Weinberger Divorce & Family Law Group, our attorneys are extra sensitive to these emotions and handle all matters between parties in a delicate manner. This goes a long way in preserving relations where future communications among family members and former spouses are needed.
Ideally, every divorce would be resolved through peaceful mediation; however, not all divorces follow this path. The reality is that divorce often comes with confrontation and some are litigated and head to the courtroom where the judge will decide the final outcome. When such situations arise, we are fully equipped and ready to advocate on your behalf and will take your case as far as it needs to go to ensure justice is served.
Judges We Work With:
We have worked hard over many years to build strong relationships with the communities in Sussex County as well as with the local court judges. Below is a list of the judges we work with on a regular basis:
Sussex County Judges:
- Judge James A. Farber
- Judge Louis Sceusi
Sussex County Cities We Frequently Serve:
Sussex County Family Law & Divorce FAQ:
- The house my spouse and I own is in Newton is our most valuable asset. Who gets it when the marriage dissolves?
- My spouse has vested stock options and a 401k through work. How are these assets divided in a divorce?
- I live in Vernon, but after my divorce, my ex-spouse plans on moving to New York City to be closer to work. How will this affect our child custody arrangements?
- I live in Hampton and have always been the family’s breadwinner. Will I need to pay spousal support (i.e., alimony)? If so, how will this be calculated?