Have a Say in Your Own Settlement with a Manchester Divorce Mediator
A divorce is not often easy for anyone involved, particularly for longer relationships or if children were involved. Dealing with a divorce exclusively in court is not easy for couples. Divorce mediation is a method of avoiding the pitfalls of traditional divorce.
In many scenarios, mediation is a court-mandated process for NJ spouses undergoing divorce. But, more and more people decide to go with a private divorce mediator so that they can dodge legal bills and salvage their relationship for the benefit of their children.
A vigorous and experienced divorce mediator should be able to mitigate problems in some of the most difficult marriages. Effective mediation will be impartial, enabling a constructive divorce process. Because each partner has a say in the matter, divorce mediation is usually successful in identifying a reasonable agreement. Mediators are required by the state to remain impartial, treating each side’s priorities the same.
You should meticulously choose your divorce mediator. Your goals as individuals both need to be met and a mediator who understand that is necessary.
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. As a Rule 1:40 Family Law Mediator, Mr. DeLuca is trained in divorce mediation, conflict management and helping clients with the negotiating and problem solving they need to resolve family disputes and quarrels. Additionally, Vincent DeLuca is a founding member and former President of the Jersey Shore Collaborative Law Group, which promotes the resolution of family disagreements through a collaborative, less adversarial out-of-court process.
Do you need the best possible outcome for your divorce? The outcome of your divorce should reflect the fair process of mediation
Understanding Divorce Mediation in New Jersey
In New Jersey, the two parties hire a mediator together. The mediator will sit down and perform a complete review of all finances and parental issues. We will attempt to meet your goals by getting everyone involved in the process.
When you decide on the terms of a divorce, they will be included in a Memorandum of Understanding. The capacity to meet in the middle with your spouse in a civil manner is what makes divorce mediation work. Coming to pre-arranged terms and conditions makes court proceedings faster and simpler.
Typically there are two key areas where a divorce mediator spends their efforts: money and custody.
Mediating Financial Issues
Financial considerations are essential for resolving divorce. One spouse or the other typically argues the ruling of how money should be split. However, skilled mediators will be able to address these problems, by creating a mutually agreed upon solution.
Mediators Ensure Fair Custody Arrangements
A custody battle is almost always the most difficult issue to resolve. Thankfully, Manchester mediators can facilitate the process. Mediators will help you resolve the issue by attempting to achieve the best possible outcome for you and your children.
Why should you pick divorce mediation? Take a look at just a few of the benefits:
– Objective, neutral solutions that are fair to all parties involved
– Discretion in private matters. Nothing said in private is allowable in court, so couples are free to speak freely and honestly in order to meet their goals
– Mediation tends to create less tension for both spouses and their children, since the goal is to work for a solution together
– Co-parenting and cooperation is encouraged, defending the best interests of the children involved
– Mediated agreements can involve creative solutions to complicated disagreements and are more likely to be observed since they were laid out together
Resolve Your Divorce Peacefully with Trusted NJ Divorce Mediators
Conserve time, resources and significant levels of stress by avoiding a prolonged divorce in court. Look for the divorce mediation attorneys at Villani & DeLuca for help reaching a collaborative, equally beneficial divorce solution. Call 732-965-3350 to speak with a Manchester divorce mediator today and find a solution with everyone’s best interests at heart.