Best 30 Attorneys in Parsippany, NJ with Reviews - YP.com

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07/09/2013
By: adam07960
Weinberger Law Group
An attorney who looks out for your best interest. Bari and her staff are very hard working and knowledgeable. They always made me feel like I wasn’t just a dollar sign or just a number. There were many times when Bari and one of her associates would give me other options less costly and less aggressive to help me resolve my issues outside of litigating them in court. This is the complete opposite of my previous attorney who would suggest very aggressive stances to get only a marginal benefit but having cost me tens of thousands of dollars to accomplish it. Bari and her entire firm focused their efforts entirely on what was best for not only me and my son, but also my pocketbook. I have used some very well know attorneys who specialize in divorce and family law and I have to say that Bari and Weinberger Law Group have been the best ones I have found hands down. I hope I won’t need another New Jersey family law attorney but if I do I wouldn’t hesitate in calling Weinberger Law Group.
08/21/2013
By: kjorge
Weinberger Law Group
Divorce is an expensive process so I went to WLG for their free consultation and was so happy with the experience. I received help on how to get started and how to keep my costs to a minimum. Weinberger Law Group puts you and your family needs first, they aren’t the money-hungry lawyers you think of when the words divorce attorney are said. I would recommend anyone who is getting a divorce and needs some free advice or help to go to WLG.
06/24/2013
By: jackienj
Weinberger Law Group
I am so glad this was the law firm I decided to go with! My attorney was spectacular in every way and helped me find my way out of a nasty custody fight. I am grateful for her expert guidance and willingness to go to bat for me. I never felt like she was telling me what to do, though, only telling me what choices I had. Totally different experience working with a lawyer than I had expected. Can't recommend this place highly enough!
10/23/2014
By: Anita G.
Weinberger Law Group
I would like to thank Ms. Breitowich for her superb work as an attorney in helping to resolve this matter without her persistence, keen understanding of the law and ready grasp of the facts, I had no doubt we would not have reached a resolution. Ms. Breitowich’s amazing quality to communicate demonstrated her ability and skills as a professional attorney.
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