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NJ Divorce and NJ divorce Mediation - Four Way Conferences

Dec 21, 2016 @ 08:00 PM — by Michael Green

NJ DIVORCE AND NJ DIVORCE MEDIATION- FOUR WAY CONFERENCES

There are times when the parties are best served by having a four-way conference between the parties and their attorneys.  In these instances, the parties and their attorneys meet to essentially mediate the case and bring it to closure.  All terms of the divorce may be negotiated through this process, which may include caucusing, where the parties are with their attorneys in a separate room and the attorneys essentially mediate the issues between the parties.  If you have a case that you think would benefit from a mediation by attorneys or a four-way conference, call us at Green & Associates in our East Brunswick divorce or Fort Lee divorce offices at 732-390-0480 or 201-242-1112 and speak withe our experienced NJ divorce lawyer and NJ divorce attorney about your NJ divorce.  We have a free NJ divorce consultation and flat fees and flat rates are available for specific services, such as an uncontested divorce.

 

New Jersey Divorce Lawyer and Divorce Attorney East Brunswick, Ft Lee

Oct 11, 2016 @ 09:00 AM — by Michael Green

New Jersey Divorce Lawyer and Divorce Attorney in East Brunswick and Fort Lee, call us for a free consultation for your divorce now, in our East Brunswick or Fort Lee offices at 732-390-0480 or 201-242-1119 and ask us about our flat fees for limited uncontested divorces, default divorces.  We are mediation friendly and will help you put your case through for a reasonable fee and saving you time and money.  

New Jersey Divorce and the Mediation Process - the NJ Court Rules and New Jersey Case Law and How They Apply in a Mediation Setting

Aug 24, 2016 @ 05:43 PM — by Michael Green

New Jersey Divorce and the Mediation Process - the NJ Court Rules and New Jersey Case Law and How They Apply in a Mediation Setting.  Generally, there are several decision trees where the process of mediation occurs in a New Jersey Divorce, based on NJ Court Rules and the process of an NJ Divorce.  First, parties may seek mediation in the beginning of a divorce, before they have even filed for their divorce through an independent mediator.  Alternatively, after a divorce has been filed in New Jersey, parties are generally ordered to custody and parenting mediation early on in a case to try and settle those terms before the economic issues are dealt with.  Subsequent to that, the parties are court ordered to economic mediation, where the parties hire a mediator, generally a lawyer appointed by the court, that mediates the case with their attorneys present.