Mediation provides families with a system of conflict resolution to enable both parties to come to an agreement with the assistance of an impartial third party- in this case, the family mediator. The mediator will work with both sides to come to a solution with each other in an environment away from the court. An environment that will promote understanding. The agreement will be subject to final approval by the family court judge.
In the case of a alimony, childcare, and visitation, the court refers the family to a mediator to work towards an agreement. The idea behind this is that with the mediator involved, both parties can come to an agreement without the need of a trial. Provided the parties can come to an agreement with the mediator that a judge signs off on- the agreement has the same legal value as a sentence does. The difference being that the cost and time of a trial was avoided. If the parties cannot come to an agreement, the trial will resume.
The purpose of mediation is to resolve, prevent, or minimize conflicts. This includes relationship problems between parents and teenagers, children, the separating or divorcing couple, disagreements regarding family conflicts, business,
or inheritance, as well as the difficulties that arise from carrying for disabled or elderly family members.
If your marriage is on the brink of disaster, or if you are planning to head to NJ family court, then your first step is filing a motion for relief. Once this motion has been filed, your opposing partner will be served with notice.
Motion and divorce papers are time sensitive, so if you have been served with a notice you must respond immediately. Failure to do so leaves you at risk of defaulting. What is vital, at this stage, is the legal advice from expert attorneys, which is what you will find when you cal our firm.
Our firm specializes in family law and we have vast experience working with a range of families in protecting their rights and leading them to justice. We represent and defend our clients in all family law matters. We can represent you in NJ family court and assist you with all matters, relating to motions for parenting time, alimony, college contributions, child support, domestic violence, emergent applications, annulments, adoptions, and enforcing marital settlements.
If you have any questions or doubts you can contact us for a free consultation with one of our highly skilled lawyers. We understand how court proceedings are both financially and emotionally trying. We are here to stand by you through these hard times and assist you through the process every step of the way. It is our duty to assist you in rebuilding your life. We remain steadfast in defending your rights, by fostering a relationship that will help you overcome the trauma of the situation and start a new life.
You and your situation are important to us, and we specialize in every area of family law to ensure that you get the best advice and highest quality of service possible.
Our firm specializes in all areas of family law relating to children, child support and custody. Your situation and your case are important to us. For questions about your particular case, please call and schedule a free consultation with one of our attorneys.
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