Red Bank Divorce Mediator

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Mediation is a good way for families to resolve issues related to divorce, spousal support, child support, and child custody. Mediation is the right choice for people who want to end a marriage in the most amicable way possible. When people use a mediator to resolve their issues, the outcome is usually more manageable because the couple’s future has been decided together and not by the court. People often choose mediation to save money that would be spent on court costs and case litigation. Mediation is also a good choice for those who want to save time. A heated divorce case can easily become a dragged-out legal battle. Through mediation, a family law matter can be resolved within months. Most importantly, mediation lessens the impact of divorce and other painful events on the family and allows for healing. The Law Office of Toby Grabelle, LLC has an established mediation practice to guide families towards an amicable conclusion to their family law matter or review Settlement Agreements at the conclusion of the process. If you are in need of our legal services, contact The Law Office of Toby Grabelle, LLC today.

Divorce Mediation

When a married couple cannot continue the relationship, they often consider the process of divorce. In some unfortunate cases, divorce becomes a drawn-out process that negatively impacts the whole family. Fortunately, some couples want to avoid a court battle, costs a lot of money, and airs personal issues in front of a public forum. Divorce mediation can help families resolve their issues and come to an amicable conclusion to their relationship. The goal of divorce mediation is to help couples reach a manageable conclusion that resolves all marital issues through a Settlement Agreement.

Benefits of Mediation

When a couple seeks to dissolve their marriage, the process has the potential to impact the whole family. Divorces must address the same applicable issues. Spousal support and the division of assets are often contested matters that lead to emotionally-driven court cases. In circumstances where children are involved, child custody and child support are even harder issues to overcome. Most family matters are overwhelming and families cannot always overcome their feelings to see the impact of court cases, financially and emotionally. Fortunately, some couples are able to set aside their emotions to collaborate and lessen the impact of the process on the family. Through mediation, a couple may be able to come to an amicable conclusion and move on to a better situation for all involved.