Mediation is an alternative to court litigation designed to provide couples in New Jersey with a friendlier, less costly way to resolve their divorce or family law matter. When two parties decide to mediate, it means that a neutral third party, called a "mediator," will be there to help the couple work through their divorce or family law dispute and reach a settlement that both sides find acceptable.
Is mediation right for you? Our Weinberger Law Group mediation team put together the following resources to help you better understand the mediation process in New Jersey and the benefits mediation can provide.
About Mediation: Learn why mediation is growing in popularity in New Jersey as an alternative dispute resolution (ADR) process among couples who wish to resolve their legal disputes without the time, cost or stress typically involved with court litigation.
Our Mediation Services: When you hire a Weinberger Law Group mediator, you can have peace of mind knowing that the person helping you to resolve your legal disputes is highly trained and skilled in divorce and family law. Find out more about what sets our NJ mediation services apart.
Preparing for Mediation - Checklist: What documents and other records should you have on hand as you enter mediation? Here's a handy list of personal and financial information commonly requested during the mediation process.
Divorce Mediation: Mediation used in divorce can be far superior to litigation. Divorce mediation encourages collaboration and creative problem-solving of family issues. The divorce mediation process can be highly flexible resulting in a friendlier outcome or all.
Children and Mediation: Using the mediation process in times of divorce to resolve parenting issues can prevent many potential negative consequences for children of divorcing families. Mediation can help you to separate peacefully and also preserve your ability to co-parent children effectively.
Private Mediation: Mediation can be either private or court-ordered. Find out the differences between the two, and what it means for resolving your divorce or family law matter.Mediating Post-Judgment Issues
: Mediation is often helpful for resolving post-divorce and post-judgement issues, including child custody, child support, spousal support disputes and other matters where modifications of the original agreement are desired. Find out if mediation is a viable option to settle your post-divorce dispute.
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