Understanding Divorce and Family Mediation
Divorce and family mediation is a non-adversarial way to work out divorce, post-divorce, or separation issues. These issues may include custody, parenting time, child support, alimony and equitable distribution.
Celli, Schlossberg, De Meo & Giusti, P.C. can assist you in mediating issues in your family law disputes.
Divorce mediation is an alternative to going to court and having a judge decide the matter. Since both parties are working together to try and find a resolution, divorce mediation can be faster, less adversarial, and more cost-effective than litigation. Our attorneys are trained in this area of law and are ready to help you reach a fair and equitable agreement.
Family mediation is a useful tool in resolving disputes like child support and parenting time. Like divorce mediation, family mediation is meant to reduce conflict reach compromise in a less adversarial manner. Our family mediators are experienced in helping both parties reach a workable solution so that further deterioration of the relationship can be avoided.
Mediation can help parties find a meaningful resolution of their issues. Mediation allows both parties to have control of the process and create an agreement that allows each party to move forward.
Turn to the divorce and family mediators at Celli, Schlossberg, De Meo, & Giusti, P.C. for help mediating your disputes or to represent you in mediation. Visit us at 60 Washington Street, Suite 301, Morristown, New Jersey to review your matters.
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7 Advantages of Mediation
- You have personal control over the settlement
- Less trauma on you and any children involved
- Less time consuming than litigation.
- Less expensive
- May eliminate conflicts before they arise
- Helps avoid the distress and anxiety of litigation
Resolve Your Issues Through Arbitration
Arbitration is a type of dispute resolution where the parties involved agree to solve their disagreements outside of court through the use of an arbitrator. Unlike a mediation or negotiation, arbitration may be the right action to take if the parties have come to an impasse and are no longer trying to reach a settlement.
During arbitration, both parties will present the issues that are in contention to an arbitrator. The arbitrator will then make a ruling based on the information provided. Divorce arbitration can help to move the process long faster, especially when the parties aren't able to reach a settlement and they do not want to wait for the court system to reach their case.
Our attorneys have the training and experience in arbitration that can make the difference in your matter.