Divorce Mediation for Couples not in Good Faith
Seasoned NJ Divorce Mediation Attorneys
When it comes to divorce mediation, it is not a requirement for you both to be getting along. However, you both should be willing to negotiate in good faith and willing to compromise with each other respectfully. Divorce is a highly emotional subject and it is common for both parties to not be concerned about their ex-spouse’s well-being. This is where the job of an experienced divorce mediator comes into play. A good divorce mediator will change the dynamics of the negotiations and help stimulate respectful, quick communication between both parties. After that, as long as both parties can come to an understanding and are willing to give and take a little, an equitable settlement can be reached.
If you are looking for divorce mediation and are concerned about complications during negotiations, having a compassionate yet tough New Jersey divorce mediator is a worthwhile investment. At the Law Offices of Jef Henninger, Esq., our team of experienced, tenacious Atlantic City divorce mediation lawyers are there to help with the negotiations between you and your spouse, and will fight to get a settlement you both can agree on. Contact us today to receive a free initial consultation and to see what our law firm can do for you at 732-383-6242.
Posted on April 2, 2013, in Articles and tagged Atlantic County Divorce Mediation Lawyers, Common Concerns, Deciding on Divorce Mediation, Dispute Resolution, Divorce Mediation in New Jersey, Divorce Mediation Process, NJ Divorce Mediation Attorneys. Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.