What is mediation and how does it help me get divorced?

In mediation, the parties work with a trained mediator who helps them settle their issues by acting as a neutral facilitator in order for them to get a divorce. If an agreement is reached, the mediator will draft a Settlement Agreement and the couple can file for an uncontested divorce.

Does adultery help me in my divorce in NJ?

The court does not take fault into consideration during a divorce case. If your spouse is guilty of wrongful dissipation of your marital assets, the court may adjust the award in your favor.  Otherwise, adultery doesn't play much of a role in your divorce.

Defining Collaborative divorce in NJ

Collaborative divorce is a respectful and constructive process whereby the parties agree to participate with a team of trained professionals who work to amicably resolve the issues outside of court. A typical team can include two attorneys, a mental health coach, and a financial specialist.

The benefits of Collaborative Divorce

Collaborative divorce saves money. Collaborative divorce saves time. Collaborative Divorce is better for the children because parents learn to work together again Collaborative divorce allows the parties to set goals and work together to tailor an amicable outcome.