Mediation Articles & Information
Whether you have already decided to pursue mediation to resolve your New Jersey divorce, child custody or child support dispute, or other family law matter, it makes sense to understand exactly how mediation works, and what you can do to help make the process a success.
In its most basic form, mediation involves two parties coming together to negotiate an agreement with the assistance of a neutral third party, known as a mediator. In New Jersey as elsewhere, mediation is designed to help couples settle their divorce or family law matter in a faster, friendlier, and less costly way compared to court litigation.
To enhance our section of frequently asked questions about mediation, here are some additional articles and information that we hope will empower you about this growing alternative to divorce and family court.
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