Influence Your Own Settlement with a Lakewood Divorce Mediator
Divorce in our current climate needs to mirror the shifting subtleties of the family model. Traditional divorce often won't hit the requirements of both partners. There are methods for you to finalize your divorce and evade the most troublesome of the problems people frequently have. Don't toss aside time and money having to deal with unnecessarily long court hearings. Find a mediator who can help you and your spouse find a fair resolution.
Divorce mediation could be the best decision you and your spouse make. Divorce mediation has many benefits that will make coming to terms easier for a couple that has agreed to conclude a marriage.
Do you and your spouse prefer a divorce that occurs quickly and easily without leading to further emotional pain? Lengthy court hearings might be expensive, but a divorce mediator will work alongside you so that your time in court is less. Normally, a divorcing couple would like to evade a nasty divorce. Traditional divorce can create an unpleasant situation between two divorcing parties, but with divorce mediation makes it easier for spouses to come to a civil agreement. Mediators are not working for just one of the spouses, but both. A mediator is required by the state to remain objective, addressing each side's needs the same.
Divorce mediation attorneys are adept at handling delicate ordeals like divorce. Additionally, both parties has to be comfortable with the mediator. The selection of a mediator should be made together, based on each of your inclinations.
One of a small number of Supreme Court-certified Matrimonial Law Attorneys in NJ, Partner Vincent DeLuca, Esq. has been specially trained as a court-approved Family Law Mediator and Economic Mediator. Mr. DeLuca discusses options and manages disagreements to help resolve related issues. Additionally, Vincent DeLuca is a founding member and previous President of the Jersey Shore Collaborative Law Group, which promotes dispute resolution through a collaborative, less confrontational out-of-court process.
Mediators from Villani & DeLuca know that a divorce should be viewed as a chance to begin anew. Our mediators will do all they can to ensure that both of you have the best chance to move on and start fresh.
How Divorce Mediation Works
A divorce mediator's goal is to help you and your spouse reach an understanding. We meet this goal by involving each spouse and any additional legal council as equally as possible. After the mediator is employed, that person will endeavor to look for solutions for both spouses.
When an agreement has been settled on, a Memorandum of Understanding will be written. Court proceedings are needed to make the definitive decision by a judge, but most (if not all) of the terms were decided long before court.
You and your husband or wife will obviously need to settle some key issues related to your marriage before a divorce can take place. Mediators and lawyers go over these issues, like finances and custody, in order to alleviate the process.
Mediating Financial Issues
Financial considerations are essential for resolving divorce. Unfortunately, arguments in regard to finances and its allocation are often challenged. The participation of a mediator produces a much healthier environment for a financial talk.
Mediation of Family and Custody Matters
Ending your marriage civilly can be a complex process, but custody issues will make it even harder without the assistance of a good mediator. If there are custody issues, the mediation process looks for a resolution that assists the child.
See below to get an idea of the kind of work Villani & DeLuca will do for you during mediation:
– Rational solutions for every person affected by the divorce
– A confidential mediation, where nothing discussed is able to be referred to in court
– Children's interests are prioritized above parents' specific goals
– Fewer hours in court, with lower lawyer fees
– Less red tape with a speedy, yet precise process
Contact Villani & DeLuca to Begin the Divorce Mediation Process
Do you have interest in learning more about our Lakewood, NJ mediation services? Contact us today or call us at (732) 709-7757.