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Mediation: An Alternative To Divorce

Not all divorce proceedings are the same. In many cases, a couple can reach a mutual agreement and understanding through mediation. Mediation is a great alternative to a divorce process, which can be long and financially hard.

At the Law Office of Lisa E. Halpern, we have a proven track record of settlement negotiations and mediation services. It’s important for clients to work with an experienced attorney like Lisa E. Halpern to obtain a settlement that is fair and efficient for them.

How We Settle Your Divorce

Through compromise, we help you settle the terms of your separation in a way that satisfies both parties involved. In addition to reducing stress during a very emotional time, mediation can save you thousands of dollars in legal fees. Many New Jersey couples choose to seek a divorce through arbitration. These reasons range from not wanting to disclose private financial information to have better control over the timing and process of a proceeding. When choosing this method, both parties need a highly experienced attorney to represent them and both parties must agree on a divorce arbitrator to hear their case.

The two major benefits of using an arbitrator are the accelerated process of a decision that works best for both parties and can subsidize the cost over a normal divorce proceeding.

Let Our Experience Help You

Lisa Halpern has been fully trained by the American Academy of Matrimonial Lawyers (AAML) as an arbitrator. Ms. Halpern is also a court-appointed family law mediator. She has many years of experience in this area of divorce and will work with you to obtain an outcome that satisfies her client’s individual and family goals.

Contact the Law Office of Lisa E. Halpern Today

If you are ready to meet with us to resolve your divorce while saving time and money, contact us today. Call 732-860-7677 or fill out our online contact form to schedule your initial consultation and take the first step in settling your divorce.