Have a Say in Your Divorce Settlement with a Belmar Divorce Mediator
Divorcing is not typically simple for anyone involved, especially in multi-year marriages or if children were involved. Dealing with divorce exclusively in the courtroom is not efficient for couples. Divorce mediation is a method of dodging the fighting commonly a part of traditional divorce.
In many instances, mediation is a court-mandated process for NJ spouses dealing with divorce. Although divorce mediation can be court ordered, it is increasingly the favored solution for lots of people.
When a couple chooses to undergo divorce mediation, a neutral arbitrator sits down with the couple and works to create resolutions with an equally agreed upon, confidential and legally binding settlement. Even the most antagonistic and contentious divorces can be helped by a carefully driven and competently conducted mediation process. Mediators are required by law to remain impartial, addressing each side's priorities equally.
Mediators are experienced in managing delicate ordeals like divorce. Additionally, each party needs to feel comfortable with the mediator. The selection of a mediator should be a mutual decision based on each of your preferences.
Partner Vincent DeLuca, Esq. is one of a small number of Supreme Court-certified NJ Matrimonial Law Attorneys. Mr. DeLuca negotiates and manages disagreements to help resolve family disputes and divorces. Mr. DeLuca is also one of the founding members of the Jersey Shore Collaborative Law Group, which is designed to encourage collaborative solutions outside of the court room.
Do you require the best possible outcome for your divorce? Turn to Villani & DeLuca divorce mediation attorneys to meet your expectations in a respectful manner that takes both sides into account.
How Divorce Mediation Works
In NJ, both parties hire a divorce mediator together. The mediator will sit down and execute a comprehensive assessment of all financial and parental concerns. We will strive to reach your goals by involving everyone equally in structuring the terms.
Ideally, once you set foot in court to finalize the divorce, you and your spouse will have previously settled on terms. A rewarding divorce mediation is based upon your mediator's ability to create a prearrangement. Establishing pre-arranged terms and conditions makes court proceedings faster and easier.
Custody and finances are the two biggest areas that tend to be focused on in mediation process.
Mediating Financial Issues
Financials are frequently the subject of debate during divorce. Distribution of property, alimony or support for a spouse, division of investments, savings, evaluation of assets, and considerations for other shared assets are just an example of the complicated and often contentious financial issues mediators help to resolve.
Custody Battle Mediation
More often than not, parenting issues are equally, if not even more emotional as financial concerns. Divorce mediators spend a significant amount of time focused on custody concerns like: parenting time, child support, child custody and visitation rights. Our neutral divorce mediator, serving Belmar, New Jersey will work with each parent to ensure that the best interests of the children are put first.
There are many convincing and useful reasons to choose divorce mediation. Most important among them is the potential to avoid wasting resources, while retaining as much goodwill as possible among parties. Additionally, some benefits are:
– Objective solutions that are fair to everyone involved
– Confidentiality in private matters. Nothing said in private is allowable in court, so spouses are able to talk openly and honestly in order to meet their expectations
– Mediation tends to generate less tension for both spouses and their children, since the goal is to work for a solution together
– Co-parenting and collaboration is encouraged, protecting the best interests of the children involved
– Mediated agreements can incorporate imaginative solutions to complex disagreements and are more likely to be observed since they were mutually agreed upon
Resolve Your Divorce Peacefully with Trusted NJ Divorce Mediators
Do not rely on outdated divorce methods that will require longer time spent in court and could create more emotional torment. Get help from Villani & DeLuca so that you and your spouse might reach an understanding and move on with your life. Contact Villani & DeLuca today to learn about how divorce mediation works and why it's good for you.