MONTCLAIR, N.J. — Have a Family Law or Divorce issue? If you would like the opportunity to get your questions answered about a family law or divorce matter during the taping of the new TV/video show Family Law: Jersey Style on Thursday, November 14, 2013 at Montclair State University, you still have an opportunity.

Family Law: Jersey Style will be filming the first, pilot episodes for their new groundbreaking show throughout the day. This show is for everyday people, where they can learn about the best from the best of those involved in Family Law and Divorce. It is designed to help you understand how the legal system can work for you as relates to family law and divorce in New Jersey. Join us and your host, Bari Zell Weinberger to learn more.

Starting at 4:00 p.m. this Thursday, family law and divorce attorney Bari Weinberger of Weinberger Law Group will be randomly selecting questions to answer from you, our studio audience, your emails, Facebook and Twitter posts.

You can get your questions answered by submitting them in any one of the following ways:
• Come join our live studio audience starting at 4pm on Thursday, November 14, 2013 in the Memorial Auditorium of Montclair State University.
• Send a question any time to our Twitter account at @FamilyLawJS –
• Follow us on Twitter @FamilyLawJS and post a Direct question to remain anonymous.
• Find us on Facebook at: and post your question on our Wall, include the hashtag #familylawjs
• Send an Email to us with your question to include “Family Law: Jersey Style” in the Subject line.

Need More Help:
• Call Weinberger Law Group for help, assistance, schedule an appointment with an attorney, or for a free initial consultation at 1-888-888-0919 or send an email to
• Find more information about Family Law: Jersey Style at


note: Invitation time to attend live taping was corrected from 6pm to 4pm EST. Hope to see you there!


  1. Lauren says:

    Can we ask questions here? Because, I’m curious to know what topics will be discussed and if there will be a live stream of the show? I’d also like to ask if you have information about whether or not I really need legal help or a lawyer if I’m planning to separate and possibly divorce?

  2. Lauren – Thank you for your questions. Yes, please feel free to ask questions here. We are taking questions in for tomorrow and future tapings of Family Law: Jersey Style. We are not live-streaming this event but we hope to for future show tapings. We will definitely share your question. We are discussing Attorneys in the Field of Divorce, among other topics, tomorrow and your question fits perfectly. To answer you immediately, to protect yourself and your future, as you proceed from marriage to separation and then possibly divorce (as you mention), the advise of an attorney can be priceless. Planning ahead with an understanding of the laws in New Jersey (or another State) and your rights as individuals is what a family law attorney can provide. Your State, down to County, laws can vary. Forms, policies, procedures as well. There is a ton of information online too. But setting up just a bit of time with a local divorce lawyer will prove beneficial as these attorneys are there to protect your rights and truly understand your local laws. We do recommend it.