Are you and your family in crisis due to a divorce, child custody, domestic violence or family law related situation? If so, it is essential that you have a New Jersey lawyer who is an expert in this area of law by your side. The attorneys and our team at The Law Offices of Edward R. Weinstein stand ready to protect your children and to ensure the best possible financial outcome for you and your family. Only an experienced New Jersey divorce attorney can effectively guide you through this emotional and extremely difficult time of your life. At the Law Offices of Edward R. Weinstein, we pride ourselves in compassionate and caring representation in a New Jersey Family Court.
My law firm only handles cases involving divorce, alimony, child custody, child support, domestic violence and other family law related matters. If you have a common cold, your general doctor should be able to help you. However, if you were suffering from something more serious in nature, you would go to an expert in that field. Well, with your children’s best interests and your financial future on the line, you should seek a lawyer who only handles divorce and family law cases. At the Law Offices of Edward R. Weinstein, our attorneys are here to help you with honest, experienced, compassionate yet aggressive representation.
For over 20 years my divorce law firm has represented thousands of folks in Middlesex and Monmouth counties. In fact, we have handled family law related matters throughout the state of New Jersey. All told, our divorce attorneys have nearly 60 years of legal experience regarding divorce, child custody and all other areas encompassed within the realm of family law.
Each divorce and family law case has unique facts and nuances that often require a comprehensive legal analysis. Therefore, at The Law Offices of Edward R. Weinstein, we employ a “teamwork” philosophy. We engage in weekly meetings to discuss our cases with every lawyer at my firm in order to analyze, strategize and ultimately come to a consensus as to the best way to proceed to protect our client’s best interests. Furthermore, the daily mantra at my law firm is, “Kids Come First.”
At the Law Offices of Edward R. Weinstein, our clients can be rest assured that we shall move immediately on your divorce, child custody, child support or other family law related case. Our clients receive a swift response to all phone calls and emails. Many times an emergency situation such as a child is or a domestic violence matter or, any of our experienced attorneys shall grab that call and immediately provide you with what you need to know right away such as your legal rights and the best way to proceed in order to protect you and your children.
One guarantee that you can expect from our attorneys for family law is an honest assessment and legal opinion regarding your case. Furthermore, you can be rest assured that our Middlesex County lawyers are that you shall receive cost-effective legal options in order to ensure that you are making informed decisions every step of the way.
In certain divorce or child custody or support cases, my family law firm can accurately predict how a New Jersey Family Court is likely to rule. However, other times it may be difficult to predict the outcome. In any event, The Law Offices of Edward R. Weinstein will always guarantee that we will fight to protect you and your children.
Each and every divorce and family law case is different. Our law firm shall analyze your distinct circumstances and discuss them with our team of New Jersey family lawyers to customize a legal strategy for your successful outcome that is both realistic and cost-effective. We can give you the peace of mind you need as we work diligently and effectively using all available resources for the best possible outcome to your case.
Centrally located just minutes off exit 9 of the New Jersey Turnpike, we can provide you with a free consultation with one of our divorce lawyers to review the facts of your case, answer any questions you may have, and put you at ease to know your future will be protected with our representation.
Do you live outside of New Jersey? As my family law firm was one of this first to appear on the Internet, we have a long history of supporting clients who are not living in state with all New Jersey Divorce and Family Law issues. We can work with you via phone, email, and utilizing a multitude of other tools to make sure that you receive top-notch legal representation despite your location.
Regardless of the reasons why you are visiting our site, we understand that these are incredibly challenging times in your life. At the Law Offices of Edward R. Weinstein, we are here to partner with you in creating the life you deserve in a compassionate and understanding way.
We invite you to follow our newjerseydivorcelawyerblog.com as well as our YouTube divorce. I am also proud that I have been quoted as an expert on New Jersey divorce and family law in numerous media and Internet outlets, including The New York Times, USA Today, CNN, NY ABC Eyewitness News, NY CBS News, The New Jersey Law Journal, NJ.com, The Asbury Park Press, The Home News, and Wikipedia.
Please give our office a call if you feel you need guidance in one of our areas of specialty:
Divorce: The end of any committed relationship involves a multitude of details. During your divorce, you face significant short and long-term risks to these financial and personal factors. Our family law attorneys understand that divorce is an extremely stressful time. I am proud to say that my New Jersey family law firm will walk you through the process to protect both your personal and financial interests.
Alimony: On September 10, 2014, Governor Christie signed a bill into law that has resulted in a major overhaul of alimony laws in the state of New Jersey. The legislative intent was to “modernize” New Jersey’s alimony laws. These changes include the elimination of permanent alimony in our state. Furthermore, the law of alimony and cohabitation (when the recipient of alimony is living with a new significant other) has been updated to make New Jersey’s alimony laws much more fair to the person paying alimony.
Whether you intend to receive pay alimony or have the exposure to pay alimony, our skilled Monmouth county divorce attorneys shall evaluate all financial circumstances to negotiate a fair and equitable deal. Notwithstanding the modernization of New Jersey alimony laws, this is still one of the most emotional and complex of all divorce issues. Family law mediators or attorneys can help you understand and negotiate a very successful financial future.
It is important to note that this new law takes effect immediately and does not allow for modification of previous Final Judgment of Divorce, or subsequent Court Orders. While I have spoken with many of the New Jersey family law attorneys who actually drafted the new alimony laws, ultimately I feel this was both a compromise in order to achieve other goals related to the new law. Otherwise, the entire bill would have died.
As my office shall continue to the Family Courts to see how they evaluate and apply this new alimony law in New Jersey, please do not ever hesitate to call, email, or follow my blog and YouTube channel for continual updates.
Already Divorced: After your divorce is final you may come to find that certain agreements are not working or your “ex” may not be complying with the terms of your settlement agreement or New Jersey Family Court Order. You or your ex-spouse may have had a change of life circumstances or perhaps someone is not abiding by original agreements. Regardless of the problems, skilled family law mediators can help you renegotiate support (alimony or child custody) amongst other items, or our attorneys can assist in litigating any custody issues.
Child Custody: Determining who is going to make decisions for your minor children and spend time with them can be contentious at best. Issues of custody and parenting time require artful negotiation so parents are appropriately involved in the lives of their children. Our Middlesex County child custody lawyers can help you successfully plan both weekly schedules and find creative ways to share holidays that are in the best interest of your children.
Child Support: A vast majority of the time New Jersey Child Support Guidelines in New Jersey determine the amount of support every parent has a legal obligation to pay in child support until the child is legally emancipated. Our child support attorneys utilize the same formulas and software used by the New Jersey Family Courts and can work with you on a fair and reasonable support plan to make sure that your children are financially cared for at a level comfortable to your income.
Domestic Violence: If you or your children are victims of a domestic violence or if you have been accused, it is imperative that you act quickly for legal protection. Our New Jersey family law attorneys are all well versed on the State's Prevention of Domestic Violence Act.
LGBT: On October 22, 2013, Governor Chris Christie ended the battle against “gay marriage” by not appealing a judge’s ruling that allowed same-sex couples to wed in the state of New Jersey. This was a huge milestone in the gay and lesbian community and changed the way same-sex couples were viewed in New Jersey. Our New Jersey family law lawyers also have expertise with adoptions, reproductive issues, and can help to ensure that both partners have equal rights for parenting children.
Regardless of the reasons why you are visiting our site, we understand that these are incredibly challenging times in your life. At the Law Offices of Edward R. Weinstein, we are here to partner with you in creating the life you deserve in the most cost-effective way possible. Call us at 732-246-0909 for a free consultation.Edward R. Weinstein Scholarship for Children of Divorce and Single-Parent Families Scholarship
The Edward R. Weinstein Scholarship for Children of Divorce and Single-Parent Families is an opportunity for a dedicated student to demonstrate how they have persevered in the face of familial obstacles.
Our firm is excited to award that student with $500 to be used toward furthering their academic goals. The applicant will submit a strong essay detailing how even though they may have encountered hurdles due to parental divorce or estrangement, they were able to excel personally and academically.
For more information visit the scholarship page.