Somerset County Arbitration Attorneys
Resolving Family Disputes in Middlesex County, Morris County, Hunterdon County, Union County & All of New Jersey
If you are pursuing a divorce, you may want to consider arbitration. This approach is often an effective way to resolve disputes between divorcing spouses. Arbitration is especially helpful for those who disagree on one or more issues concerning their divorce but wish to avoid going to court.
Although arbitration can be a different experience from a trial, it is still important to have a team of qualified divorce attorneys on your side that can present a strong case on your behalf. The arbitration lawyers at DeTommaso Law Group stand ready to fight to protect your rights and assets.
To learn more about how we can assist you with arbitration in Morris, Hunterdon, and Union Counties, dial (908) 274-3028 today.
Divorce Arbitration in Somerset County
Arbitration is an effective alternative to traditional litigation that allows couples to have more control over how their divorce is handled. The process involves both parties mutually selecting an impartial third party to decide on the issues of their case like a judge would do.
The benefits of arbitration include:
- Cases are handled in a more efficient, timely, and cost-effective manner
- Proceedings can sometimes occur in a less formal setting which eases the emotional distress
- Matters are resolved in a more confidential way
- Couples select the arbitrator who will decide their case
- Couples determine what issues will be addressed by the arbitrator
- Couples choose the day, time, and location of their hearing
While arbitration is a good option for many divorcing couples, it may not be appropriate for you. Prior to determining how to handle your divorce, make sure you consult with an experienced divorce attorney.
Rely on Our Somerset County Arbitration Lawyers
At DeTommaso Law Group, our focus is exclusively on family law. With over 75 years of combined experience, our divorce lawyers are ready to provide you with reliable legal counsel during this difficult time.
To determine if arbitration is right for your situation, contact us today at (908) 274-3028.