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Bari Zell Weinberger was awarded a Juris Doctorate in 1997 from Suffolk University Law School, and has dedicated her practice exclusively to the fields of family and matrimonial law since her... (more)

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When seeking New Jersey divorce lawyers or family law attorneys, it is crucial to find someone that not only understands the difficulties you are facing, but has a masterful command of New Jersey State Family Law. Weinberger Divorce Law & Family Group has been recognized as a Top Family Law firm in New Jersey by various independent legal organizations including Martindale-Hubbell and AVVO.

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"Disheartened by representation I received from Weinberger Law Group. After paying my retainer it was difficult to get a response from my attorney. Although he had been retained months before my custody hearing, my attorney showed up clearly having only reviewed my file the day before. To add insult to injury an error was made on my parenting agreement. An error that should have been caught by my attorney. I was told to have it corrected I would have to retain his services again. Writing this so no other parent has to regret their decision."

  7 months ago     Gregory W


"Weinberger Divorce & Family Law Group very statisfied with there services and very professional . Help me thru every procedure of my divorce . Want to thank Lyann Hummel and Stephanie O'Neill. Very professional and patient with me answered all my question ."

  9 months ago     norma delgado


"Knowing I had a very challenging up-hill battle involving my ex and changing the custody and parenting time schedule of our young children, I researched custody and family lawyers diligently. I consulted several law firms and ultimately went with Weinberger Law Group. I was fortunate enough to be assigned Ms. Carmela Novi. With Ms. Novi's help, we mapped out a plan which provided realistic expectations. She explained what I needed to do to ensure the best outcome for my children. Ms. Novi kept the focus on the best interests of my children, even when my ex tried to make our case (we ultimately went to trial) about something other than what was in the best interests of the children. Ms. Novi is very experienced, and fantastic in the court room. I hate to see anyone go through what I have gone through fighting for what is best for my children, but if that fight has to happen, I highly recommend having Ms. Novi provide representation."

  1 year ago     Robin Savage


"Carmela Novi has proven to be the real deal when it comes to long term problem solving with Divorce and Family Law issues. Several of my friends have used Carmela and consider her to be compassionate with their cases. She is an expert in her field and knows when to use her skills to protect the client. I will continue to recommend Carmela based on all the great feedback and success she has gained in her cases."

  2 years ago     Alyssa Sutton


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Miranda Rights
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New Jersey Gestational Carrier Agreement Act and The Teachings of In Re Baby M
It has been thirty (30) years since the New Jersey Supreme Court issued its decision on the landmark case of In Re Baby M, which banned gestational carrier agreements. In the Baby M case, William Stern entered into a surrogacy agreement with Mary Beth Whitehead, the gestational carrier.
Compliance with Custody and Parenting Time Orders
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Why Using the Our Family Wizard Calendar Can Help Co-Parent Better
Raising children with someone you are no longer in a relationship with will require the coordination of multiple schedules, including both parents and the child(ren).
Can I continue to get child support if our special needs child has reached adulthood?
If you are co-parenting a child with special needs, you may be wondering what will happen when your child becomes an adult. If you continue to care for your special needs child through adulthood, does the other parent still have to contribute financially? In short, it depends.
Recognizing a Toxic Ex-Spouse
A high-conflict divorce often results in a bitter ending, and a toxic ex-spouse can continue to make life miserable for you, even though your marriage is over. A toxic ex-spouse may try to punish you out of spite, making it difficult or impossible to move on with your life.
Car Accident Amputation
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USCIS Stops Issuing Paper Versions of Form G-845 Under SAVE Program
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World Journal Article
Two case studies, one dealing with personal injury the other with medical malpractice.
DHS Releases Citizenship and Assimilation Grant Program Fact Sheet
In September 2017, the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) released an interesting fact sheet on its Citizenship and Assimilation Grant Program. The Fact Sheet “provides information on the characteristics of and resulting outcomes for individuals...
Sulfur Dioxide Emissions and the 1990 Clean Air Act: Will Title Iv Help Stabilize So2 Emissions?
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Atmospheric CO2 Levels
As we look towards the future in crop production practices we will need to examine the changing atmospheric conditions and adjust our traditional cropping methods accordingly.
Sulfur Dioxide Emissions and the 1990 Clean Air Act: Will Title Iv Help Stabilize So2 Emissions?
Complex atmospheric chemical reactions transform source emissions of sulfur dioxide (S02) and nitrous oxides (SO2) into products including sulfates, nitrates, sulfuric acid, and nitric acid
Clean Air Act Recommendations
The scope of this memo is limited to a comparison between U.S. and Czech legislation controlling emissions of sulfur dioxide (SO) from stationary sources. A broader comparison between all sections of the U.S. and Czech Clean Air Acts would be, while very interesting, a full summer project. If you would like, I can certainly focus my attention on such a task.
Clean Air Act Recommendations
The scope of this memo is limited to a comparison between U.S. and Czech legislation controlling emissions of sulfur dioxide (SO) from stationary sources. A broader comparison between all sections of the U.S. and Czech Clean Air Acts would be, while very interesting, a full summer project. If you would like, I can certainly focus my attention on such a task.
Relocation After Divorce
After a divorce has become finalized, parents with minor children from that marriage may desire to move away from the town, city, county or state where they lived during the marriage.
USCIS Addresses Processing Errors in Biometric Services Appoint Notices Issued With Certain Form I-751 Petitions
On May 4, 2018, the “USCIS mailed a number of biometric services appointment notices with incorrect Application Support Center (ASC) locations to petitioners who filed Form I-751, Petition to Remove Conditions on Residence.” In this post, we discuss how the USCIS is working to remedy its error.
DHS to Propose Eliminating International Entrepreneur Rule
On May 25, 2018, the United States Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) announced that the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) is proposing a rule to end the International Entrepreneur Rule.