Somerset County Divorce Mediation Attorneys
Alternative Dispute Resolution in Morris County, Middlesex County, Hunterdon County, Union County & All of New Jersey
If you would like to resolve your family legal dispute quickly, amicably, and without going to court, mediation could be the solution that you are looking for. At DeTommaso Law Group, our mediation lawyers can effectively guide you through the process from start to finish.
Put 125 years of combined experience to work for you today – contact us at (908) 274-3028.
What to Expect During the Mediation Process
Mediation is a mandated part of the divorce process. This gives both parties the opportunity to resolve matters outside of the Superior Court. You are still able to engage in additional mediation sessions throughout the legal proceedings.
The first step in the mediation process is meeting with a third-party mediator. A mediator stays neutral and helps the couple arrive at an agreement that satisfies both partners’ needs. The mediator’s role is not to make decisions for the couple, nor is it to force them to agree. He or she is there to help each party understand the other’s situation and point of view. If both parties agree, the process is complete.
How We Can Help
Perhaps you are wondering, “What is the role of a law firm in the mediation process?”
Our Somerset County mediation lawyers can advise you on:
- How the mediation process works
- How mediation can benefit you
- How the laws apply to your particular situation
- Your rights and what you deserve in a divorce settlement
- How your agreement will impact your future
Mediation can be a great way to quickly and effectively resolve many family law issues. Your representation during the mediation process is critical. If you are concerned about the way your current lawyers are handling your case, turn your matter over to our experienced divorce lawyers today.
Call (908) 274-3028 now to set up a consultation.