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Mediation

Bergen County Mediation

Fotolia_16315159_XSGuiding clients through the mediation process

Mediation continues to become a more popular way to end a marriage. When couples work together towards a common goal, they are more satisfied with the results. Mediation allows the divorcing couple control over their future. Instead of a judge deciding on matters based on very little information, a couple can engage in a productive discussion while avoiding the cost and time involved in a court battle. Mediation is a private matter. A court case is public record. When a couple has the ability to set aside their emotions, mediation can serve the same function as a court case while avoiding the pitfalls. If you are interested in the process of mediation, would like an attorney to act as a mediator, or need an attorney to review a mediated agreement before you sign it, contact Debra F. Schneider, Esq.

What is Mediation?

When a couple wants to end a marriage in a quick and cost-efficient way, they may consider the process of a mediated divorce. If a couple can set aside their emotions and come together to address contested issues outside of court, mediation might be a good option for them. Mediation can address a variety of family law issues, including child support, child custody, alimony, property distribution, relocation, and more. As people realize that court battles cost a lot of money and time, mediation becomes a more popular way to handle family matters.

What are the Benefits of Mediation?

Mediation is becoming one of the more popular ways to end a marriage quickly and efficiently. When avoiding the pitfalls of a court battle, couples can save time, money, and a lot of emotional turmoil. No divorce is painless, but when a couple can set aside their emotions and work towards a common goal, they are often happier with the results. Mediation will address the same issues as a contested divorce, including alimony, property distribution, child support, child custody, and relocation. Through a constructive and respectful negotiation with the help of a mediator, all of these issues and more can be resolved in a fraction of the time and for a fraction of the cost.

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