No one thinks about divorce when getting married but the reality is that 40 to 50 percent of marriages in the US end up in divorce. (link: http://www.apa.org/topics/divorce/) When faced with the irreconcilable breakdown of a marriage, there are things to consider before deciding how you want to proceed in your divorce. You may want to consider the financial and emotional aspects of a divorce legal battle. In this war, husband and wife fight over each and every issue including the division of assets, child custody, parenting time, child support; alimony/spousal support and any other issue thatmay arise. Generally, this is the most costly and emotionally draining option to consider and can have a detrimental effect on all members of the family. If you do force a court to make decisions in your divorce litigation, it is very possible that you and your spouse will be very unhappy with the outcome. The reason for this is that the Judge does not know as much as you do about your family and will be unable to spend the time to understand what would be best for your family. The good news is that you and your spouse can work together with a divorce mediator and resolve the issues without rolling the dice and forcing a court to make the decisions.
A divorce does not have to be a fight and can be an amicable process. In mediation, couples can work together with a divorce mediator and agree to all issues including the division of assets, child custody, parenting time, child support; alimony/spousal support and any other issue that may arise. If you are looking to hire a divorce mediator in Bergen County NJ, contact Kathy Karas-Pasciucco at FYKGLAW.COM for a free consultation.
Instead of proceeding through the court system and waiting for a court to make a ruling, divorce mediation can be a safe and impartial environment for divorcing couples to make important decisions about the future of their family. The parties may negotiate their issues with the assistance of an impartial divorce mediator in Bergen County, New Jersey.
Divorce mediation is generally less antagonistic and less expensive than conventional divorce. Divorce mediation tends to be bring the parties together for the best interest of the family. Divorce mediation provides both parties with control over the results and addresses the needs of the family. Divorce Mediation allows for a more peaceful process during a very different time in life.
Divorce mediation is a voluntary process that either party or the divorce mediator can end at any time. To learn more about divorce mediation in Bergen County, NJ call Kathy Karas-Pasciucco for a free consultation at 201-791-4400.