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Learn About The Benefits Of Collaborative Divorce

If you are considering divorce and you want to seek a settlement out of court, collaborative divorce may provide the solution you seek.

At Johnson & Johnson, Attorneys At Law, our family law practice offers comprehensive services for clients engaged in the divorce process, including mediation and collaborative law. Partner Sharon E. Johnson is a court-approved mediator, practiced litigator and trained collaborative lawyer. You benefit from Ms. Johnson’s substantial skill set when you retain her counsel. She will take the time to explore all alternatives so that you pursue the most effective course of action according to your needs.

Promoting Fair Solutions For Complex Matters

Collaborative divorce is a form of alternative dispute resolution (ADR) that can be used to address a range of family law concerns, including:

As with mediation, collaboration provides effective remedies to parties who want to avoid litigation’s adversarial nature. If you and your estranged spouse are committed to working together throughout your divorce, collaborating on issues may be beneficial.

Providing A Structured Format To Resolve Conflict

When you engage in collaborative divorce, you will work with a group of professionals dedicated to obtaining out-of-court remedies for your dispute. Each spouse retains an attorney who attends each session. In addition, parties can hire financial planners or therapists to provide insight when necessary.

When parties participate in mediation, they rely on a neutral mediator to direct sessions. Attorneys are not required to be present in mediation sessions.

For parties seeking more structure, collaborative law provides this framework. One disadvantage of collaborative law, however, is that you and your spouse will each have to hire new attorneys if you unable to reach a settlement. Contact our New Jersey legal team for more information about the advantages and disadvantages of collaborative law.

Do You Have Questions About ADR? Reach Our Firm For Answers.

We are dedicated to educating our clients on all of their options. Take the first step toward resolving your family law matter by scheduling a meeting with our collaborative divorce attorney. You can easily reach our Florham Park firm online or over the phone at 973-937-8959.