Knowing the Truth About Divorce Mediation
New Jersey Divorce Mediation Attorneys
With divorce mediation still being a relatively new process in New Jersey divorces, there is a lot of misinformation and misconceptions about what one can expect with mediation. For example, some people think that a mediation will allow one side to control the mediation. Just because someone may have a dominant personality does not mean that they will be allowed to dominate the mediation proceedings. An experienced New Jersey divorce mediation lawyer will make sure there is balance with both sides and if there is a power struggle occurring, stop the mediation as soon as possible. No one should be at an advantage or a disadvantage going into a divorce mediation, regardless of gender, financial status or any other cultural factors. Contrary to popular belief, mediation may actually have less hassle, take less time and can include a proper divorce mediation attorney. Most of the time, mediation can put you and your spouse in power and control of the settlement. You both can decide how everything is divided, how parenting schedules work out and various other agreements that would need to be decided by a judge or arbitrator in a traditional divorce. The job of the divorce mediator is to just help negotiate agreements between both parties and will not make the decisions for you.
At the Law Offices of Jef Henninger, Esq., our highly skilled, professional New Jersey divorce mediation lawyers will look over your unique divorce situation and help you decide if mediation is the best course for you. Not all divorce lawyers are also divorce mediators, but our law firm can handle both aspects of divorce for you. To see what our Toms River divorce mediators can do for you, call us for a free initial consultation at 732-383-6242 anytime.
Posted on April 1, 2013, in Articles and tagged Deciding on Divorce Mediation, Divorce Mediation in New Jersey, New Jersey Divorce Mediators, Ocean County Divorce Mediators, Toms River Divorce Mediation Attorney. Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.