Divorce Mediation Lawyers Morris County, NJ
Morristown Mediators provide essential legal services to individuals and families in Morris County and throughout New Jersey.
Our court approved divorce mediation attorneys are among the most experienced in New Jersey. We represent clients in divorce mediation proceedings and we regularly serve as neutral mediators in divorce mediation.
When disputes arise during a divorce that involve where children will live, how parenting schedules should work, and how much property is worth and how it should be divided, our divorce mediators work tirelessly to achieve fair and equitable settlements. Our representation means that the parties do not have to participate in prolonged and expensive litigation.
How Mediation Works
The bulk of our neutral mediation services involve disputes over the division of assets, debts, and spousal support and maintenance. In many counties, family court judges require divorcing couples to attempt to mediate financial disputes before they are allowed to proceed with litigation of those issues. This requirement is imposed because mediation is a useful and productive tool which can save the parties time and money in litigating their case.
Because of our lawyers’ considerable experience representing clients in divorce mediation, and in performing divorce mediations, courts regularly refer cases to us that involve complex financial issues, such as location and valuation of assets, family owned business valuations, professional practice valuations, and distribution of investment accounts and retirement funds.
If you are seeking an alternative to litigation for resolution of economic matters related to your divorce, contact us to speak with an experienced divorce mediation lawyer or divorce mediator.
Divorce Arbitration Attorneys
In addition to their participation in divorce mediation, our attorneys represent clients in Divorce Arbitration cases or serve as Divorce Arbitrators. Divorce arbitration involves a couple choosing one neutral party to act as a judge, and agrees to consider their rulings as legally binding. Couples present arguments and evidence to this arbitrator, and the arbitrator makes judgments and decisions which are legally binding. Arbitration, like mediation, is a much faster process than traditional divorce as you don’t have to wait for a court date, and it is also much more private as any evidence heard in an arbitration setting, as well as judgments, are not a matter of court or public record.
Our divorce arbitrators are impartial, experienced, and ready to help you through the divorce process in a more private and less contentious setting. Contact us today to learn more about the arbitration process and how we can help you.
Alternative Dispute Resolution Services (ADR)
John J. Harper, J.S.C (Ret.) provides mediation and arbitration services in a wide range of cases in Civil and Family matters as described in his biographical description found under Attorneys.
Contact our Morristown Mediation and Arbitration Lawyers Today
The law offices of Laufer, Dalena, Cadicina, Jensen & Bradley features an highly recognized and experienced family law team. Many of our members have been included on the Super Lawyers list as it relates to family law, some for many years running. To view a complete list of our lawyers and the dates of their inclusion to the Super Lawyers list, check out our attorney profiles or the section below.
Our trained divorce mediators are ready to help you peaceably, privately, and quickly resolve any of your divorce issues including asset division, child custody, child support, and alimony. To learn more about the mediation process, or to find a mediator who can suit your particular needs, contact us online or through our Morristown offices at 973- 813-7667 today.
Divorce Mediation and Arbitration Questions
- How does divorce mediation work?
- Do the mediation and collaborative processes always work or do they sometimes fail?
- If a couple doesn’t trust each other, can they still use ADR processes to settle their divorce?
- Is it possible for a mediator to be completely neutral or will he or she take sides?
- Can mediation and collaborative law be used in high-net-worth cases?
- What kind of alternate dispute resolution options are available to divorcing people?
- What can I do to reduce the cost of my divorce?
- Can you say a little about the differences between mediation and arbitration?
- Is litigation the only way to resolve high-asset divorce cases?
- What are the advantages of using mediation to settle a divorce case?
- What makes a couple ideal candidates for mediation or collaborative divorce?
- How long does mediation or the collaborative divorce typically take?
- What are the benefits of using ADR methods such as mediation, collaborative law and arbitration?
- What is the difference between mediation, collaborative law, binding and non-binding arbitration?
- What is the difference between mediation and arbitration?