Morristown Attorneys Divorce Methods
Serving Divorce and Family Law Clients in Hanover, Madison, Morristown, Morris County and across Northern NJ
Amy L. Miller, Esq details the methods when it comes to mediation. Amy’s practice is in the area of family law including divorce, custody, visitation, alimony and domestic violence. Amy is currently a Trustee on the Morris County Bar Association.
At Jacobs Berger, we can help work with you to use many different approaches to resolve your case. What I really like to use first and foremost is a negotiation.
Negotiating Your Parsippany Divorce
Using negotiation with your spouse to reach a resolution that you have control over, so at the end of the day, although divorce is often a give-and-take, that give-and-take will result in something through negotiation that will be a result that you have the final control over. You’re going to have the final okay and say so over what you’re agreeing to at the end of the day. If negotiation goes only so far and it stalls at a certain point we can also go to a mediator.
Mediating Your Mendham Divorce
At Jacobs Berger we are mediators and we will mediate your case but if you retain us as your attorney we can go to an outside mediator as well and help represent you through that mediation process.
Alternate Dispute Resolution Attorneys Randolph NJ
We can also work with you through arbitration which is another form of dispute resolution but it’s outside the court system, it’s an alternative to the typical dispute resolution so you’re going to an arbitrator who acts as a judge but that person is deciding your case outside the court.
Contact a Divorce Attorney Today Equipped to Handle any Circumstance and Any Case
At Jacobs Berger, our divorce attorneys have extensive experience helping clients navigate the divorce process via many legal processes representing clients in Morris County towns such as Morristown, Madison, Denville, Randolph, Rockaway, Morris Township, Florham Park, and all of Northern New Jersey.
We view each divorce case we take as an opportunity to help our clients build a solid foundation for their family’s future. Although the divorce process has a finite beginning and end, we believe in offering legal services which extend beyond and prepare our clients for their new lives.