Removing Confusion Around Divorce Mediation in New Jersey

November 20, 2023

When Common Misunderstandings Arise Regarding Divorce Mediation, Consider Consulting our Divorce Attorneys for Guidance Divorce mediation is becoming a more popular practice in New Jersey in recent decades. The process involves the use of a neutral third party who helps the couple work through the complex facets of the dissolution of their marital union to eventually draft a divorce settlement agreement. Confusion and incorrect perception abounds when it comes to understanding divorce mediation, and whether or not it is appropriate […]

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The Many Upsides of Divorce Mediation in New Jersey

November 18, 2022

Outlining the Top Supporting Arguments for Divorce and Family Case Mediation in Hawthorne, Totowa, Clifton, Ringwood, Woodland Park, and across Passaic County Deciding to divorce is as stressful as it is emotional.  The thought of fighting with your spouse over finances, property, children, and the rest that goes with it can give anyone an anxiety attack.  But your separation doesn’t have to be a messy, hostile court battle. Did you know that less than 5% of New Jersey divorces are settled […]

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When Divorce Mediation Breaks Down, What Happens Next?

June 24, 2022

In the event that divorce mediation doesn’t work, and you and your spouse cannot reach an agreement, there are several other paths toward resolution that you can navigate to resolve your divorce in New Jersey. Contrary to popular belief, the purpose of divorce mediation isn’t reconciliation. Instead, divorce mediation is the use of a specially-trained facilitator so that a couple can come to an agreement on contested elements of a divorce agreement, including the division of assets, spousal support payments, […]

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Memorandum of Understanding as a Tool for Divorce Mediation in New Jersey

June 13, 2022

A memorandum of understanding allows divorcing parties to express their goals and expectations of one another after undergoing mediation. Opting to handle your divorce through mediation, in which you and your spouse work with a mediator to resolve issues in a more amicable manner, can save you a lot of stress and money compared to a high-conflict divorce proceeding where every issue between the parties is litigated. While mediation is not required in general in New Jersey, the court may […]

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