Have a Say in Your Divorce Settlement with a Brick Divorce Mediator
Contemporary divorces require modern answers. Conventional divorce often won't meet the needs of both people. There are ways for you to settle your divorce without the most troublesome of the issues couples tend to face. Find liberation with a faster and less painful divorce. Find a divorce mediator who can help you and your spouse settle on an agreeable resolution.
Lately, mediation has become more established. Divorcing couples generally agree that avoiding court is in their own best interests, as well as the best interest of their children.
A thorough and skilled divorce mediator will be able to assist in some of the most combative marriages. Effective divorce mediation will be impartial, enabling a productive divorce process. This makes sure that spouses not only obtain a fair and reasonable decision, but that the agreement is also more likely to be followed, since both spouses helped make the decision. The mediator's responsibility is to make sure that every legal decision is made fairly.
Your particular relationship and experiences are specific to you. Choosing a divorce mediator who understands that every divorce is one of a kind is paramount to reaching an agreement you will be happy about.
Partner Vincent DeLuca, Esq. is one of a small number of Supreme Court-certified NJ Matrimonial Law Attorneys. As a Rule 1:40 Family Law Mediator, Mr. DeLuca is trained in divorce mediation, managing conflict and helping clients with the negotiating and problem solving they need to resolve family disagreements and quarrels. Additionally, Mr. DeLuca is a founding member and former President of the Jersey Shore Collaborative Law Group, which encourages the resolution of family disagreements through a collaborative, less adversarial out-of-court process.
We have experienced mediators at Villani & DeLuca who know that a divorce should be a fresh start for both spouses. Give yourself the opportunity to continue with your life, with the assistance of Villani & DeLuca.
How Divorce Mediation Works
A divorce mediator's idea is to help you and your spouse reach a consensus. But, this can only take place with the help of a mediator who has been chosen by both parties. A fair NJ divorce mediator will be able to balance each party's goals equitably.
Once both parties have decided on the 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 utilized to confirm the divorce in court.
Custody and finances are the two biggest areas that are usually focused on during mediation process.
Mediating Financial Issues
When spouses separate, many complicated financial issues will appear. Distribution of property, alimony payments or support for a spouse, division of investments, savings and retirement funds, evaluation of assets, and considerations for other shared assets are just a sampling of the intricate and often contentious financial concerns mediators help to resolve.
Mediation of Family and Custody Matters
Arguing with a spouse for custody of a child can be unsettling. Thankfully, Brick mediators can facilitate the progress. Custody is an issue many divorcing couples will have to address, but mediators will look at it from neutral view to come up with a solution that will then be agreed upon.
To better understand the benefits of divorce mediation, read the points below:
– Reach a impartial understanding quickly and thoroughly
– Your mediation is private and nothing said during the course of mediation is allowable in the courtroom
– Your children's best interests are carefully studied during custody disputes
– Fosters better working together and co-parenting by maintaining a civil, working relationship between spouses
– Take less time in a court room by reaching an agreement during the mediation process
Contact Villani & DeLuca to Begin the Divorce Mediation Process
If you think divorce mediation is the right choice, don't hesitate to contact the law offices of Villani & DeLuca for our services. Our mediators are ready to help you start fresh by agreeing on terms on your divorce. Call (732) 709-7757 for a mediator serving Brick