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Mediation Attorney Serving Morris County

What is mediation?

In the event that you and your spouse are getting a divorce, but are still on fairly good terms, you will want to avoid the time consuming, costly, and emotionally taxing experience of divorce court. Divorces can be settled out of court, and with the help of an impartial, third party mediator, you can come to agreements about all aspects of your divorce, including child custody, child support, alimony/spousal support, and equitable distribution of the marital property without having to go to court. If you and your former partner choose to engage in this process, contact a Morris County divorce attorney from our firm today for more information. Even when going through mediation, it is essential that you have an experienced attorney representing you throughout the negotiations.

Benefits of Mediation in Morris County

Even when both parties genuinely have a spirit of cooperation and wish to settle their divorce smoothly, it can be difficult to reach agreements that are mutually satisfactory and beneficial. The advantage of mediation is that a mediator is impartial and does not take sides in the negotiations. All agreements that have been settled in mediation are not legally binding until the agreement is ratified in divorce court. You and your spouse may be able to work with the same attorney, cutting having to face an additional cost of taking on separate representation. While those going through a contested divorce will want their own representation, some couples are able to agree on many terms of their divorce or they can at least agree they want to stay out of court and finalize the divorce as fast as possible.

Having an attorney present can help with keeping the case on track, focusing on what is important, looking to ensure all paperwork is properly filed and to consider both the short term and long term goals, along with how to implement them. For cases involving children, mediation is also a great step to take to reduce the impact of a long battle in court. Divorce can be hard to children to process and making the transition as smooth as possible is important. Mediators are skilled in handling difficult situations and providing balance and resolution.

Seek the Aid of a Morris County Divorce Attorney

At the Law Offices of Francesca S. Blanco, LLC LLP, we have the knowledge and experience in the mediation process that will be to your benefit. With over 15 years of experience, our firm has helped numerous clients in Morristown and surrounding areas settle their divorce cases through mediation, collaborative divorce, contested divorce, and more, and we are ready to put our years of experience to work for you. Attorney Blanco is a member of the Hispanic Bar Association of New Jersey and handles each case with compassion and sensitivity.

Turn to reliable legal assistance by contacting a Morris County divorce lawyer from our team.

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