Divorce mediation can be a good way to resolve your divorce quickly while saving on costs. However, the parties must have a complete command of their finances, including assets, income and debts. They should also be able to negotiate on their own behalf. Of course one can still seek the assistance of a New Jersey divorce attorney even if they choose to go through mediation. A New Jersey attorney can also attend mediation with the parties. After the terms of the settlement are agreed upon, a complaint for divorce must still be filed and the settlement agreement processed.
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