Red Bank Divorce Mediation Attorneys

Divorce Mediation

Resolve Your Case Out of Court with Divorce Mediation

Mediation offers a private, neutral space where separating couples can discuss options for resolving the disputed aspects of their divorce, like spousal support or child custody. While divorce mediation is not right for every couple, it can provide some key advantages in many cases.

The Red Bank divorce lawyers at Dwyer, Bachman, Newman & Solop Attorneys at Law have vast experience representing and counseling clients through mediation. We are ready to learn more about your situation, explain whether mediation is a good option for you, and provide superior advocacy moving forward.

Call (732) 863-2463 or contact us online now for essential legal advice and exceptional representation in divorce mediation.

How Does Divorce Mediation Work?

In divorce mediation, exes will come together to try to find common ground on any points of dispute in their case. The discussion will occur before a mediator, an unbiased third party selected by both parties.

The mediator does not make any final decisions. Instead, (s)he facilitates the conversation and works with each spouse to try to find potential resolutions. As this occurs, attorneys can provide key support and counsel.

If the parties can resolve their disputes during mediation, a divorce settlement can be drafted and submitted to the court for review and approval, bringing the case to a close. If any divorce disputes can’t be resolved via mediation, the case may need to proceed to court, where a judge will make the final decision.

What Are the Benefits of Divorce Mediation?

When exes are willing to listen to each other and they are open to compromise, divorce mediation can offer several benefits, like (but not limited to):

  • Resolving the divorce case faster: If cases can be resolved in mediation, they won’t have to be dragged out in court. That can mean quicker resolutions, letting both parties move on with their life faster.
  • Reducing the costs of divorce: The longer divorce cases take, the more they tend to cost. So, when mediation leads to faster resolutions, it can also result in lower divorce costs.
  • Maintaining privacy: Unlike divorce proceedings in court, mediation proceedings are not part of public records. Everything that occurs in mediation will remain confidential, which can help couples hash out the most sensitive details of their married lives with confidence their privacy is protected.
  • Achieving more favorable resolutions: Since couples are directly involved in making the final decisions during mediation, they may find resolutions that are far more favorable than those made by a judge.

How Can a Divorce Mediation Lawyer Help Me?

A Red Bank divorce mediation attorney at Dwyer, Bachman, Newman & Solop Attorneys at Law can help you with every aspect of mediation and your divorce case—from preparing you for mediation to helping you think over possibilities and protect your interests.

Our boutique family law firm is home to talented, trusted divorce attorneys who have more than 100 years of combined legal experience. We have represented clients in an array of mediations and divorce proceedings, and we are known for our dedication and compassion, as well as our expertise and record of success.

Call (732) 863-2463 or contact us online now for the highest-quality representation in divorce mediation.

The divorce lawyer you choose can make a big difference in the outcome of your case. Make sure you retain an esteemed attorney with the knowledge, skills, and insight to effectively represent you in divorce. Make sure you work with a Red Bank divorce mediation attorney at Dwyer, Bachman, Newman & Solop Attorneys at Law.

From offices based in Red Banks and Old Bridge Township, our divorce and family law attorneys provide top-rated legal services to clients throughout Monmouth County, including to those in Manalapan Township, Marlboro Township, Holmdel Township, Middletown Township, Freehold Township, Howell Township, Colts Neck Township, Little Silver, Rumson, Fair Haven, and beyond.


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