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When needing to resolve issues in divorce or other family law matters such as child custody, spouses or exes often find that they can resolve their disputes simply by sitting down, talking out their differences, and reaching a mutually acceptable compromise or solution. Courts allow couples to resolve their disputes and reach agreement on a number of family law issues, such as equitable distribution, alimony/spousal support, or child custody, and parenting time arrangements. Many couples find it useful to engage in mediation in an attempt to resolve outstanding family law disputes. In many cases, courts will require couples to attempt to resolve issues through mediation, before the court will hear the case and resolve the matter for the parties.
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Even though mediation is aimed at having you and your spouse, partner, or ex reach an agreement on your dispute, you can still greatly benefit from having experienced legal representation in your corner to help you understand your legal rights and options and to advise you as to what may be fair or reasonable outcomes from mediation.
If you are considering or are being required to participate in family mediation, contact Team Law today to schedule a no-cost case evaluation to talk to an experienced New Jersey Mediation lawyer about your right and options and to learn more about how our firm can help you secure a favorable outcome to your mediation.
In many divorce and child custody proceedings, the court may require the parties to proceed to mediation prior to the court holding a hearing or trial to resolve the parties’ dispute, as experience has frequently shown that couples or parents are able to reach a mutually-acceptable resolution of their disputes through mediation. Even if you aren’t being required to go to mediation in your family law matter, you should strongly consider having you and your former partner or spouse try mediation to resolve your dispute. Mediation of a family law dispute can have several benefits over going to trial, such as:
At Team Law, we recognize that a family law dispute can put a serious strain on you and your loved ones. We also know that family mediation can be an effective tool to quickly resolving family law matters in a way that allows families to maintain control over the outcome of the matter and to reach a result that both parties can agree to and be happy with, rather than submitting your family’s rights and future to the determination of the court.
When you choose Team Law to help you in your mediation, you can expect that our attorneys will provide you with the expert legal knowledge and advice that you need to reach a favorable outcome to your mediation. Our attorneys take the time to understand your concerns, needs, and goals, so that we can help you craft a mediation strategy to help you achieve the objectives that are most important to you.
If you are facing a family law dispute in New Jersey, mediation can be an effective and efficient way for you to reach an agreeable resolution. However, even in mediation, you should have legal representation to look out for your rights and interests and to advocate for the best possible outcome for you. Contact Team Law today to schedule a free, no-obligation consultation to learn more about how our firm can help you reach a favorable outcome to your family law dispute or matter through mediation.
In some family law matters that are filed in court, the court may direct you and the other party to try to resolve your dispute in mediation before the court will hear your case; this is because family law matters can often be resolved through negotiation or mediation, which frees up the court’s resources to hear disputes that can’t be amicably resolved. In any event, you should strongly consider trying to resolve your family law dispute through mediation, as it typically proves quicker and less expensive than going to court and allows you to control the resolution of your matter, rather than submitting to the decision of the court.
Although mutually agreed upon settlements are always preferable in family law matters, if you and your spouse or partner cannot reach an agreement, it is always still possible to submit your dispute to the court, which will issue a ruling resolving your dispute.
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