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Divorce Mediation Attorney in Morris County

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Relying on the court to make decisions in all aspects of your divorce can be costly, time-consuming, and take a toll on you and your children emotionally. Mediation can be a useful tool for many couples who are divorcing because it can give them control over how their divorce turns out. Having the guidance of an experienced and certified divorce mediator can be crucial in making the mediation a success. Our Morris County attorney at Levine & Levine is committed to helping mediation clients find reasonable and fair agreements.

If you are interested in mediation services, call our firm at (973) 718-3999.

What is Divorce Mediation in New Jersey?

When a couple in New Jersey decides to end their marriage they have a few options to carry out the divorce process. Although some divorces end up in court in front of a judge, there is an alternative that can, in most cases, be much easier and a lot less stressful than a trial. That alternative is divorce mediation.

During the mediation process, a couple is typically willing to put aside their differences and work together in order to reach mutual agreements on important situations. The mediation process consists of a neutral third-party mediator whose objective is to help the couple make these decisions in a peaceful and non-combative manner.

The mediator does not make any of these decisions for the couple. He or she simply works as an assistant to both parties to help them decide important issues. The mediator is expected to actually meet with both parties individually in order to help come up with an agreement with which both parties are comfortable.

Advantages of Choosing Mediation

There can be many benefits in mediation compared to litigation, including:

  • Staying focused on the matter instead of personal attacks
  • Understanding and working toward long-term goals for both parties
  • It can save time and money on many divorce cases
  • It can be beneficial for the emotional state of any children

Learn more about the benefits of bankruptcy here.

What Aspects of Divorce can Be Resolved in Mediation?

Most family law issues can be resolved through mediation. You, your ex-spouse, and a mediator can work towards a resolution for things such as the division of marital assets, alimony, child custody, child support, and many other aspects. Utilizing a certified mediator means working with a neutral third party who can view topics objectively and work toward a fair and reasonable resolution.

Don’t Hesitate to Call Levine & Levine for Mediation

The bottom line is that divorce can be difficult, but the mediation process can make things easier and help the process get resolved quicker. Although mediation is not the best solution for every divorce, it can be the right choice for many couples.

Our lawyer has over 30 years of legal experience and understands what is at stake should mediation fail. He can thoughtfully review what is at stake for each party and work towards an agreeable arrangement. Attorney Levine is a good listener who remains non-judgmental in most situations and can understand the needs and situations both parties.

Contact our Morris County lawyer at (973) 718-3999 to learn more about mediation and if it is right for you.

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