Red Bank Divorce Arbitration Attorneys

Arbitration

Resolve Your Divorce with Privacy & Experienced Legal Representation

Divorce arbitration is an out-of-court option for ending a marriage, letting couples resolve their case while retaining their privacy. At Dwyer, Bachman, Newman & Solop Attorneys at Law, our Red Bank divorce lawyers have vast experience representing clients in arbitration.

Whether you need advice about divorce arbitration or it’s time to prepare your case for upcoming proceedings, our divorce lawyers are ready to help you. We are dedicated to providing strategic, tireless representation while:

  • Protecting our clients’ rights and interests in divorce
  • Balancing our clients’ emotional and financial needs
  • Working relentlessly to achieve favorable outcomes

Call (732) 431-0150 or contact us online now for essential legal advice and exceptional representation in divorce arbitration.

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How Does Divorce Arbitration Work?

Divorce arbitration is 100% voluntary. Like mediation, arbitration offers an alternative to a divorce trial in the courtroom. Unlike mediation, divorce arbitration operates via a completely different process. In divorce arbitration:

  • The separating couple will have hand in framing the proceedings: The participants will choose the arbitrator and the issues to be discussed during the arbitration. They will also decide when they want the proceedings to occur, whether they want the arbitrator’s decision to be legally binding, and what the process for any appeals should be.
  • The arbitration hearing will occur: During this process, each party will have a chance, through their lawyers, to present their arguments and evidence. Once both sides are done, the arbitrator will make a final decision. While the hearing generally proceeds like a divorce trial, everything that occurs during arbitration will remain confidential, not becoming part of public record (though couples can opt to have a court reporter present for the sake of documenting what occurred).

What Are the Benefits of Divorce Arbitration?

Although divorce arbitration is not right for every couple, it can provide some key advantages in many cases. Some of these include:

  • Privacy: This can be particularly appealing for high-net-worth divorces, divorces among high-profile individuals, and in other cases.
  • Faster resolutions: Because arbitration can be scheduled whenever it works best for the involved parties, couples can control the timeline of their divorce. That lets them sidestep the court’s busy schedule, helping avoid unnecessary delays and keep the case moving along more quickly.
  • More control: Since parties can decide which issues to discuss during arbitration (as well as choosing the arbitrator, the schedule, and more), they have far more power in how their divorce proceedings occur when compared to court.

How Can a Divorce Arbitration Lawyer Help Me?

A Red Bank divorce attorney at Dwyer, Bachman, Newman & Solop Attorneys at Law can help you with every aspect of your arbitration—from preparing you and your case for the hearing to effectively presenting your side of the issues before the arbitrator.

Backed by more than 100 years of combined family law experience, our team has handled an array of divorce arbitration cases. This empowers us with the knowledge, skills, and insights to provide fierce, effective advocacy in the pursuit of favorable outcomes.

Call (732) 431-0150 or contact us online now for exceptional representation in divorce arbitration.

Known for our dedication and record of success, our Monmouth County divorce lawyers can help you anticipate and overcome potential challenges while:

  • Advising you at every step of your case
  • Empowering you to make informed decisions
  • Championing your rights before, during, and after divorce arbitration
  • Presenting the strongest possible case while setting it up for the best possible outcome

From offices based in Red Banks and Old Bridge Township, our divorce lawyers offer the highest-quality representation to clients throughout Monmouth County.

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