I am excited to share these books because being informed about your divorce or your family law matter and learning your options frees you from fear and empowers you to make positive decisions.
Parsippany, NJ (PRWEB) March 31, 2016
New Jersey’s largest divorce and family law firm announces the publication of four new titles in its Family Law Jersey Style series of consumer legal guides: A Guide to Relationship Agreements in New Jersey, A Guide to Alimony in New Jersey, A Guide to Property Division in New Jersey, and A Guide to Alternative Dispute Resolution For Divorce in New Jersey. Authored by Weinberger Law Group founder, family law expert Bari Z. Weinberger, each guide contains practical family law information that can be difficult for readers to find elsewhere.
“I wanted to write books about these specific topics because they represent areas of divorce and family law that tend to cause a great deal of confusion. Many people come to our firm and ask us questions like: how do know if I need prenuptial agreement? How much alimony can I get? Who gets the house in our divorce? Is there a way to avoid going to court? These books are written in clear and easy to understand language and provide a deeper look into these topics. If you are concerned about any of these issues, these are must read books,” explains Weinberger.
Highlights of the new family law books include:
A Guide to Alternative Dispute Resolution For Divorce in New Jersey: Growing numbers of divorce and family law matters in New Jersey are settled out of court using alternative dispute resolution (ADR) methods -- such as mediation -- as a means to save time, money and stress. Weinberger provides readers with an overview of mediation and other ADR methods, with key information on how to know if a “no court divorce” is the right choice.
A Guide to Alimony in New Jersey: Alimony reform laws in New Jersey have changed the way alimony is calculated. For spouses on either the paying or receiving end of support payments, it’s important to understand all of today’s alimony options. In this guide, readers will learn the different types of alimony available in New Jersey and which one may be the best fit, as well as how support orders can be modified or terminated.
A Guide to Property Division in New Jersey: Retirement and savings accounts, the family home, credit card debt, stock portfolios, business interests and more. Dividing property and debts accrued over the course of a marriage is no small task. How can spouses protect themselves? This book offers vital tips about New Jersey’s “equitable distribution” rules and why this doesn’t necessarily mean splitting assets 50-50.
A Guide to Prenuptial, Postnuptial, Cohabitation and Relationship Agreements in New Jersey: Having a prenuptial, post-nuptial, reconciliation, or cohabitation agreement put in place can secure the future and give spouses or partners greater peace on mind in their relationship. In this guide, readers will gain insight into how to choose the right agreement and how to work with a family law attorney to craft prenuptial and other relationship agreements that stand up to scrutiny in court.
“I am excited to share these books because being informed about your divorce or your family law matter and learning your options frees you from fear and empowers you to make positive decisions. It has always been my mission to assist people in making the best possible choices for both themselves and their family,” says Weinberger.
Books are available in e-book (Kindle) format on Amazon or through the Weinberger Law Group website at WeinbergerLawGroup.com.
About the Author: Bari Z. Weinberger, Esq. is founder and managing partner of Weinberger Law Group, New Jersey’s largest divorce and family law firm, with locations in Bergen, Burlington, Monmouth, Morris and Somerset Counties. An AV Preeminent rated attorney and certified by the New Jersey Supreme Court in matrimonial law, Ms. Weinberger is also an accomplished media personality who has contributed to the Wall Street Journal, Smart Money, Star Ledger, Access Hollywood, CBS, ABC, NBC, News Channel 12, PIX-Channel 11, NJ 101.5 radio, Huffington Post, Divorce Magazine, Forbes, New Jersey Lawyer Magazine, Matrimonial Strategist, and other leading media outlets. She is also a coauthor of Military Family Law (Reuters) and an Associate Author of the New Jersey Family Law Practice (15th edition, 2013), a five-volume reference guide used by virtually every family law judge and lawyer in the state of New Jersey. Ms. Weinberger has been honored as both a NJBIZ Top 50 Women in Business and named as a Top 25 Leading Women Entrepreneur.
Ms. Weinberger is available for interviews on any matter related to divorce and family law.