New Jersey Divorce Mediation
Mediation Services in Morris County
A growing number of couples are turning to mediation in order to divorce. While some couples cannot come to an agreement and find themselves in court, others are realizing the negative impact divorce has on the family, both emotionally and financially. Marital issues, including spousal maintenance, property distribution, child support and child custody are complicated and sensitive. When a couple believes that they can set aside their feelings and work towards a common goal, divorce mediation may be a great option for them. The process has saved countless people time, money, and emotional turmoil brought on by litigation. In some cases, divorce mediation has helped a couple heal and end the matter amicably.
For parents, divorce mediation is a great way to forge a new, cooperative relationship to be used in their co-parenting structure and model healthy methods of resolving disputes, mitigating the impact on the family as a whole. Our firm understands the impact litigation has on individuals and their families. Haber Silver & Simpson recognizes the significant effect divorce has on the family. Through our years of service, we have acted as mediators, guiding couples through divorce mediation and helping them avoid the pitfalls of court. When a divorcing couple can come together and work out their differences, Haber Silver & Simpson is here to help. To schedule a consultation with an experienced Morris County divorce mediator, contact our firm.
What is divorce mediation?
Divorce mediation is a method of alternate dispute resolution. With the help of a mediator, a couple can negotiate terms of their divorce. A mediator’s goal is to guide a couple through every important unresolved issue. As a neutral third-party, a mediator represents neither party and works to get the couple to an agreement on all unresolved marital matters, ensuring that both are able to speak freely in meetings centered around mutual respect. Divorce mediation is a series of sessions; negotiations that center around respect and a common goal. The time it takes to resolve these issues depends on the couple’s ability to agree. The process lasts as long as necessary. Once the sessions are complete, the mediator will draft a Separation Agreement to be used if the couple wishes to divorce.
Contact an experienced Morris County Mediator
Divorce can be a painful process. How painful is often up to the couple. While some can set aside their harbored animosity and talk about the important issues, it is not as easy for others. Understandably, divorce was never supposed to be easy. Having a helping hand to guide you through these tough times may be your best chance at avoiding a court battle. If you are interested in finding out more about the process of divorce mediation, contact Haber Silver & Simpson for a consultation.