Collaborative Divorce and Mediation Attorney New Jersey
Divorce can be complex. It can be an emotional experience that is very stressful at the same time. Often times couples end up in a long divorce process but a divorce in New Jersey does not have to be that way if the parties can work together to change that path.
The voluntary process of collaborative divorce allows couples who have decided to separate avoid the court process. It helps the parties achieve settlement that meets their needs without a long drawn out litigation in an attempt to reduce stress. Choosing a Collaborative approach may minimize time and expense. It may also reduce your stress. In a collaborative approach, the main focus is the children and the family’s needs. The couples become empowered to determine their own fate, rather than allow the judge to determine it for them. Unlike a traditional divorce where private information may be public, in a collaborative divorce, private information is kept confidential.
In divorce mediation, the parties and sometimes the parties with counsel, hire a neutral third parties referred to as a mediator to meet with you to discuss resolution of your divorce. If you do not want to involve the court and want to have control of your settlement, medication may be the best solution. Mediation sometimes has a quicker outcome with a cost savings component. It is confidential and often results in a quicker outcome.
Alternative Dispute Resolution, ADR, allows for the parties to resolve their matter by way of informal negotiations between you, your attorney, your spouse, and your spouse’s attorney.
When going through this process, it is important to have an experienced lawyer to help guide you. Regan A. Barbetti has been representing individuals since 2006. Call the firm to discuss how your needs may be met by the Office of Regan A Barbetti.
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For the customized legal representation you need for your Collaborative Divorce and Mediation case, please contact us today. Our firm understands that each case is different, which is why we are always guided by the uniquely personal issues of each client and the various economic factors that exist.