Many Ocean County New Jersey residents are choosing mediation as the preferred method of obtaining a divorce these days. This is a result of a number of factors, the most prevalent of which is the fact that mediation offers the ability to complete a divorce quickly and cost effectively. Additionally, if there are young children involved the divorce mediation process can actually help the parties improve their co-parenting skills once the divorce has been finalized. The reason for this is that divorce mediation requires the parties to cooperate in formulating the settlement terms. Nothing can be finalized in a mediated divorce unless both parties agree to all the terms.
Ocean County Divorce Mediators
The divorce mediation attorneys at the Villani & DeLuca law firm have over 100 years of combined mediation experience. Founding partner Vincent C. DeLuca has successfully mediated hundreds of divorce cases. The Villani and DeLuca law firm is the largest divorce mediation firm in all of Ocean County New Jersey. The firm now has offices located in Brick, Toms River and Point Pleasant Beach, all readily equipped to handle divorce mediations either in person or virtually. All of the Ocean County Divorce Mediators at the firm offer free initial consultations, so whether you reside in Brick Township, Lakewood, Toms River, Jackson, Barnegat Township, Point Pleasant, Manchester, Lacey Township, Stafford Township, Beachwood, Mantoloking or Pine Beach call today.
Ocean County Divorce Mediation
In Ocean County divorce mediation cases , the divorce mediation process is based on having a neutral third party with extensive experience in divorce law assist the parties in reaching an amicable agreement on all issues. The Ocean County Divorce Mediator is responsible for guiding the discussions which will lead to an uncontested amicable divorce. The focus of the entire process is on the needs and best interests of the entire family.
Ocean County Divorce Mediation Process
Typically, a divorce mediation can be finalized in anywhere between one to three sessions. During each session with the mediator the various issues that need to be resolved are discussed. Those issues include but are not limited to the child related issues such as child custody and child support, the economic issues such as the division of the marital assets, and the spousal support component consisting of determining if an award of alimony is appropriate.