Our Lawyers Have 30-Plus Years Of Experience Resolving Divorce Disputes In New Jersey
If you are seeking to end your marriage without suffering additional financial hardship due to attorney fees and costs, divorce mediation is an alternative worth considering. At Nitti & Nitti, P.C., our experienced divorce lawyers provide guidance and advice in the mediation process to clients throughout New Jersey, including Livingston, Millburn, and Caldwell in Essex County, New Jersey, Florham Park, East Hanover, and Morristown in Morris County, New Jersey, and Union Township and Summit in Union County, New Jersey.
Speak directly with an Essex County, New Jersey, divorce mediation lawyer by calling 973-226-4141.
What To Expect In The New Jersey Mediation Process
When you go into mediation, you, your spouse and a trained mediator will sit down to discuss solutions and find common ground on issues such as alimony and custody arrangements.
Neither of you will have your own attorney in the room during this process, unless you feel that you need your attorney to be present. However, having a law firm to guide you and provide you with answers, explanations and other information outside of the mediation room is a tremendous benefit. This is especially true when issues come up in mediation that you and your spouse cannot agree on. In these instances, the mediator will consider the matter carefully and give their opinion on the subject.
Attorney Joseph Nitti can help you and your spouse reach an amicable resolution to the dissolution of your marriage.
Joseph Nitti: Superior Court Of New Jersey-Approved Mediator
In addition to advising our own clients as they go through the divorce process, we can help you even if you already have legal counsel. Essex County family law attorney Joseph Nitti is a qualified mediator who can work with you and your spouse. More specifically, he is an experienced Superior Court of New Jersey-approved mediator, making him uniquely qualified to handle your concerns judiciously.
Is Mediation Right For Your New Jersey Divorce Case?
If both you and your spouse are willing to be reasonable with one another, the mediation process can save you time, money and potentially damaging results. You should explore all of your available options before making any final decisions about how to proceed with your New Jersey divorce case.
Free Consultation With An Experienced Divorce Mediation Lawyer
For answers to any questions about mediation, or to figure out if this option is best for your particular circumstances, call Roseland, New Jersey, divorce attorney and mediator Joseph Nitti today. You can also fill out the online contact form to schedule a free initial consultation.
We can help you mediate your divorce or family law case. Call 973-226-4141 to discuss your mediation needs with our Essex County, New Jersey, divorce mediation attorneys.