Bari Weinberger, the founding partner of Weinberger Law Group, LLC, who is an expert in New Jersey Divorce and Family Law joins the show.
» Note: Refer to audio player below to listen to this episode! Bari Weinberger, the founding partner of Weinberger Law Group, LLC, is an expert New Jersey Divorce and Family Law attorney. She is Certified by the Supreme Court of New Jersey as a Matrimonial Law Attorney, a certification achieved by only 2% of the attorneys in New Jersey.
Ms. Weinberger is also the associate author of the New Jersey Family Law Practice, a 5-volume treatise utilized by virtually every family law judge and attorney in the State. Her practice is located in Morris County, NJ.
Ms. Weinberger is a highly sought after attorney throughout the state as well as a legal expert for local and national media publications. For more information on Ms. Weinberger log on to www.weinbergerlawgroup.com. For access to her free webinar on The 5 Critical Risks of Divorce visit www.FreeDivorceWebinar.com.
Listen to interview with host Eric Michaels & Bari Weinberger discuss:
1. How does divorce affect a person’s health?
2. What is divorce anger?
3. How common is domestic violence and what should someone who is a victim do to protect themselves?
4. How can people minimize the impacts of divorce?
5. What can parents do to minimize the impacts of divorce on their children?
6. What are some ways people can prepare for a divorce?
7. What do you advise people to look for when choosing a divorce lawyer?
8. How can people prepare for their 1st meeting with their lawyer?
Keep it amicable. The more reasonable and amicable everyone is, the shorter the process and it can ultimately help lessen the overall cost, both financially and to the health and well-being of all involved.
Don’t get your children involved the more you get them involved the more resentful they will be and the more it will harm your relationship with your children.
Don’t be afraid to make compromises. A small compromise doesn’t need to translate into a weakness. A small compromise can often be recognized as a big gesture by the other party and can help move the process towards a quicker settlement. Try not to get caught up in the little battles and focus on the big picture.