The Numerous Benefits of Divorce Mediation

Tenacious NJ Divorce Mediation Lawyers

Choosing to go with divorce mediation over a traditional divorce can have numerous benefits that divorcing couples may not be aware about. One benefit that occurs with choosing divorce mediation is that it usually is inexpensive in comparison to a traditional divorce. Most of the time, it is much more expensive for both sides to hire their own lawyer to represent them, as well as scheduling time to appear in court. With divorce mediation, both parties can utilize one divorce mediator, and keep the court relatively uninvolved. Because of this, the couple has some control of how the mediation proceeds.

Rather than a judge making the final decisions, the couple can negotiate an agreement amongst themselves, with the guidance of a professional divorce mediator. This allows each side to get more attention than they would through a traditional divorce, as well as there being less of a risk of the couple’s children to be witness of any arguments or disagreements. Divorce mediation can lead to reaching a confidential agreement quickly, and the mediation meetings can occur on your own schedules, even on nights and weekends.

With the both sides being in power to create a plan for their family’s future, and the lessened risk of needing to enforce the agreements after the divorce is finalized, it is no wonder why more and more divorcing couples in New Jersey are considering divorce mediation.

If you are thinking about getting a divorce in New Jersey, and think you and your spouse can benefit from divorce mediation, the Law Offices of Jef Henninger, Esq., has seasoned Toms River divorce mediators ready to help you. To see what we can do to help you, call our 24/7 hotline for a free initial consultation at 732-383-6242.

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