Have a Say in Your Divorce Settlement with a Beach Haven Divorce Mediator
Divorce in our current world needs to reflect the fluctuating subtleties of family life. Conventional divorce does not always address the wishes of both people. You can complete your divorce and evade most of the issues people tend to face. You do not have to waste money and time dealing with long court hearings. Find a divorce mediator who can help you and your spouse find a fair agreement.
Private mediation is a very common choice for people seeking divorce in recent years. Divorcing partners generally agree that spending less time in court is a good alternative, as well as the best interest of their children.
Would you want a divorce that occurs quickly and easily without causing more emotional disturbances? Your divorce mediator will work with both of you during the course of the mediation and help you avoid lengthy court litigation. Many people want to escape the hostility of a divorce. A mediator who is unbiased can help in building an atmosphere that is constructive and just to each party. Each person will receive fair treatment and have their interests represented. Divorce mediators are not working for just one party, but both. Mediators are required by the state to remain objective, addressing each side's needs the same.
Your particular relationship and experiences are individual to you and your spouse. Picking a divorce mediator who understands that every divorce is one of a kind is paramount to reaching a settlement you will be happy about.
Partner Vincent DeLuca, Esq. is part of a select number of Supreme Court-certified NJ Matrimonial Law Attorneys. Mr. DeLuca negotiates and manages disagreements to help resolve family disputes and divorces. Additionally, Mr. DeLuca is a founding member and previous President of the Jersey Shore Collaborative Law Group, which promotes dispute resolution through a collaborative, less combative out-of-court process.
Do you need the best possible outcome for you and your spouse? Turn to Villani & DeLuca mediators to obtain your goals in a civil manner that takes both sides into account.
How Does Divorce Mediation Work
New Jersey has particular standards for mediation in divorce that mediators must obey by in order to reach a successful legal agreement between multiple parties. After a mediator is picked by the couple attempting to divorce, investments and domestic issues are looked at. Discussions will occur until all requirements and conditions are completed and an settlement has been agreed upon.
In the event that both parties have decided on specific terms, the mediator drafts a Memorandum of Understanding to frame the settlement. Lawyers then incorporate this memorandum in the comprehensive settlement agreement, which is then used to confirm the divorce in court.
For the most part there are two main areas where a divorce mediator spends most of their time: financial issues and custodial issues.
Mediating Financial Issues
Financials are often the subject of debate during divorce. Distribution of wealth, alimony or support for a spouse, division of investments, savings and retirement funds, evaluation of assets, and considerations for family-owned businesses are just an example of the complex and often debatable financial concerns divorce mediators help to resolve.
Mediators Ensure Fair Custody Arrangements
Arguing with a spouse over child custody can be upsetting. The good news is that Villani & DeLuca can help you find a solution. Mediators will help you resolve the issue by fighting for the best possible scenario for you and your kids.
See below to get an idea of the kind of work Villani & DeLuca will do for our clients during mediation:
– Reasonable answers for each party affected by the divorce
– A confidential mediation, where nothing discussed is able to be mentioned in front of a judge
– Children's welfare is prioritized above parents' individual wants
– Fewer hours in court, with lower lawyer fees
– Less bureaucracy with a quick, yet precise process
Contact Villani & DeLuca to Begin the Divorce Mediation Process
If you think divorce mediation is the best way to go, do not wait to contact the law offices of Villani & DeLuca to get started. We want to make sure you and your spouse reach a fair decision. You can reach our divorce mediators serving Beach Haven at (732) 709-7757.