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Although many people are motivated to mediate their divorce to avoid the cost of retaining a divorce attorney and litigating the matter, there are many ways that a consulting attorney can be helpful to you in the divorce process.
Wondering how mediation helps your case? Here's an overview of the many benefits of family mediation.
A divorce coach can help you navigate your divorce productively and minimize the emotional toll of the process. Follow these tips for utilizing your divorce coach effectively.
If you have questions about the collaborative divorce process, it’s important to speak with an experienced family law attorney before moving forward.
Whether currently married, previously married, or never before married, parents who live in different home will benefit from this guide.
How to resolve your divorce issues out of court in a more controlled environment with binding arbitration instead of a divorce trial. Jersey City Divorce Attorney Santo Artusa discusses the many benefits of focusing on key issues such as asset division, alimony, child support, parenting time and other important New Jersey divorce issues with a skilled arbitrator.
There are times when a child custody evaluation is the only option left for parents caught in a custody battle. It is a financially, and often emotionally, costly process for many families. Parents deciding what is ultimately more likely to be the best for their own children leads the children to feel more supported and loved than giving the option to trained professionals and judges. Parents are encouraged to try other means of resolving their conflicts, i.e., mediation or therapy. In the long run, these forms of alternative dispute resolution can potentially teach parents how to effectively problem solve, communicate, and co-parent.
Divorcing couples struggle with the cost of divorce, and, as such, are tempted by a do-it-yourself divorce. This article poses five questions couples should ask themselves before embarking on that risky step.