If you are facing a contested matrimonial or family law issue, you want a strong advocate you can trust to help you successfully resolve your dispute. Our attorneys have been recognized as seasoned negotiators and formidable litigators at all levels of the New Jersey court system.

Our hands-on, personalized approach to litigation sets us apart. We focus on understanding your needs and goals in order to give you the best advice and representation. There are no “one size fits all” solutions in family law and our attorneys are skilled at handling even the most difficult and complex cases.

Our practice encompasses contested family law issues including:


Anyone facing or considering divorce in New Jersey is at a profound turning point in life.

Child Custody

In any divorce with children involved, as well as any child-related legal matter outside of divorce, …


Whether alimony — sometimes called spousal support — will be awarded at all is far from a …

Child Support & Related Matters

The determination of child support is an extremely important consideration in any New Jersey divorce or other …

Equitable Distribution

Aside from child custody and visitation issues, how money, property and debts will be split is the most …

Property Settlement Agreements

The overwhelming majority of New Jersey divorce cases are settled without trial, but the time, effort and …

Prenuptial Agreements

There are many excellent reasons for people to consider entering into a prenuptial agreement. A significant …

Domestic Violence

The attorneys at Donahue Hagan Klein & Weisberg have extensive experience in dealing with domestic …

Dissolution of Civil Unions & Domestic Partnerships

Since October 21, 2013, it has been legal for same-sex couples to get married in New Jersey…

Rights of Unmarried Couples

In 1939, the State of New Jersey stopped recognizing common law marriages…

Appellate Practice

Decisions of trial judges may be appealed seeking reversal of some or all of the trial court judges’ decisions…

With all of these issues, we consistently seek amicable resolution where possible. Some cases are appropriate for mediation or arbitration. For those that need to be litigated, there are still opportunities for the parties to find common ground at every point in the process. We encourage clients to work toward a settlement. However, we engage in thorough preparation for trial if needed and aggressively litigate matters in defense of our clients’ rights. Our attorneys have taken numerous cases to the highest levels of the court system, with decisions that have helped to shape family law practice in our state.

When family relationships and your financial future are at stake, every decision is vitally important. You deserve focused, attentive counsel with many decades of relevant experience. To request a consultation to discuss your needs, your options and our approach at Hagan, Klein & Weisberg, LLC, call or contact us online today.

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