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Even in the most hotly contested divorces, there are good reasons to avoid going to trial to reach a final divorce settlement. Trial is expensive, time-consuming and can be traumatic for all parties involved–especially children. Perhaps more importantly, many divorcing couples have a vested interest in maintaining a relatively friendly relationship even after the dust has settled.
At Team Law, we are here to use our substantial experience to make sure you have all of the information in deciding how to proceed with resolving your family law matters. Divorce, your children, your finances–these issues are as personal as they come. There is no right answer in reaching an agreement.
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Our lawyers at Team Law are here to provide creative and collaborative solutions to help you accomplish your goals. Maybe you and a spouse need help agreeing on a comprehensive divorce settlement. Maybe you only need help resolving a single hot-button issue–like child custody. We are here to help find the right solution for your family.
To learn more about alternative dispute resolution options and how they might help in your specific case, call Team Law today. We offer a free consultation so that you can get to know us and learn how we can help.
There is never a one-size-fits-all approach to resolving an important dispute. Some of the most common alternative dispute resolution options include:
Even when emotions are heightened and family is at stake, engaging a third party can help you successfully resolve your issues. To learn more about alternative dispute resolution options and how they can help in your New Jersey family law matter, call Team Law for a free consultation today.
Exploring alternative dispute resolution as a solution for your family can be advantageous for a number of reasons. Importantly, many options exist to fit your situation and risk tolerance. If you are uncomfortable with a third-party making a binding decision in your case, mediation might be a better fit. If you want to ensure your issues are resolved so that you can more forward more quickly, binding arbitration might suit your needs.
Some of the primary benefits of alternative dispute resolution include:
For many couples, alternative dispute resolution helps identify options that you may not have thought of one your own. Issues like child custody and asset division can be resolved in countless different ways. Like all negotiation, it is often a give and take–with the goal of reaching a solution that protects the entire family.
At Team Law, our lawyers pride ourselves on being skilled problem solvers. We will work to explore creative and innovative solutions to the unique problems your family is facing. To learn more, call Team Law today.
Courts generally favor the alternative dispute resolution process as a valuable alternative to judicial intervention. Not only are the parties more likely to reach a fair compromise on their own, but that compromise is likely to more accurately reflect the needs of all parties involved.
Regardless of where you are in the process of resolving a dispute, it never hurts to talk to someone with experience handling these matters. Our lawyers are able to act as the mediator to a dispute between you and your spouse. We can also advise you individually and help you through the process.
If you are considering ADR as an option, call or contact Team Law today.
ADR options engage the help of a neutral third-party. Your lawyer’s job is to look out for your best interests. An experienced family law attorney will help you understand the pros and cons of any suggestion that is proposed by the mediator or arbitrator. Our lawyers can help you propose a counteroffer that might better suit your needs. We can also advocate on your behalf within the arbitration hearing itself, presenting evidence that could convince the other party of the value of your position.
In New Jersey, you can use alternative dispute resolution to resolve any number of issues, including:
– Contested divorce
– Child custody matters
– Modification of child custody or child support orders
– Division of the assets
– Spousal support matters
– LGBT family law matters
– And more
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