Have a Say in Your Own Settlement with a Wall Divorce Mediator
A divorce in New Jersey can be emotionally and physically demanding for everyone invested, but it does not have to be. Mediation is a much simpler alternative to divorcing in front of a judge, which could drag on in court and tends to lead to additional costs and fees. In the event that you and your spouse would like to ensure that the divorce is as stress-free as possible, you may choose divorce mediation instead of the other options available to you.
In many instances, mediation is a court-mandated process for New Jersey spouses going through divorce. Despite court-ordered mediation, it is increasingly the preferred process for many divorcing partners.
Would you like a divorce that is quick and not so painful? Extended court hearings might be pricey, but a divorce mediator can work with you in order to make sure your time in court is minimized. Typically, a divorcing couple would like to evade a nasty divorce. The way a conventional divorce works will sometimes make it too difficult to come to a resolution, which is why mediation strategies are a greater option in several situations. Mediators are not working for just one party, but both. A mediator is required by the state to remain objective, addressing each side’s needs equally.
Your mediator should have years of experience helping people finalize divorce. A mediator needs to be the best possible fit for each party in order to be effective. Pick a mediator you respect who has the best interests of you and your spouse at heart.
Family law and divorce mediation have been an area of focus at Villani & DeLuca since opening in 1996. Partner Vincent DeLuca, Esq. is an experienced mediator and specializes in family law as an attorney with the law firm. Vincent DeLuca has a certification from the Supreme Court of NJ and is a Rule 1:40 Family Law Mediator.
Do you need the best possible outcome for your divorce? Work with Villani & DeLuca mediators to meet your expectations in a respectful manner that takes both sides into account.
How Does Divorce Mediation Work
The idea is to make sure you and your spouse reach an understanding. We arrive at this goal by involving both parties as fairly as possible. A fair NJ mediator will try to balance each party’s needs impartially.
After both parties have decided on specific terms, the mediator will create a Memorandum of Understanding to outline the settlement. Individual attorneys then include this memorandum in the comprehensive settlement agreement, which is then used to confirm the divorce in court.
You and your spouse will undoubtedly have to settle some key issues associated with your marriage before a divorce can take place. Divorce mediators and your lawyers should go over these specific matters with you so that the monetary and domestic matters (such as custody) are explained in detail.
Mediating Financial Issues
Married people who leave one another often find that financial problems can add significant complications during a divorce. A few of the particular financial woes a mediator will work to facilitate are alimony, property allocation and division of investments.
Mediation of Family and Custody Matters
A custody battle is usually the hardest concern to resolve. The good news is that Villani & DeLuca can help you find a resolution. Mediators will help you resolve the issue by fighting for the best possible outcome for you and your children.
See below for what Villani & DeLuca can do for our clients during mediation:
– Reasonable decisions for each party involved in the divorce
– A confidential mediation, where nothing said may be mentioned in front of a judge
– Children’s interests are prioritized greater than parents’ individual wants
– Fewer hours in court, with decreased attorney fees
– Less bureaucracy with a speedy and thorough process
Resolve Your Divorce Amicably with Trusted NJ Divorce Mediators
If you think divorce mediation is the right choice, do not hesitate to contact the law offices of Villani & DeLuca for our services. Our mediators are ready to help you move on with your lives by agreeing on terms on your divorce. You can reach our divorce mediators serving Wall at 732-965-3350.