Experienced Monmouth County Mediators
Effectively Resolving Family Conflicts Through Negotiation
Family relationships are fraught with challenges. Some families are close-knit; others are distant. Some families spend every holiday together; other families haven’t spoken in years. Regardless of your individual family situation, one thing is true for most families: when there is a family dispute, it can be particularly difficult – or nearly impossible -- for family members to come to some sort of agreement. When families are confronted with a conflict that they cannot resolve on their own, family law mediation provides an effective form of dispute resolution. With mediation, the parties reach agreement without dragging matters through the court system, saving considerable time and expense. Experienced Monmouth County mediators at the family law firm of Lomurro Law help New Jersey families resolve their conflicts through mediation, reaching equitable solutions for divorce and related matters.
Mediation is effective for many family situations
Mediation is an effective, affordable alternative to heading to court to resolve family conflicts. In mediation, both parties agree to come together to discuss the situation and work to find a mutually satisfactory solution to their problem. Mediation may be used to address a number of family matters, including:
Issues that arise in all stages of the divorce process
Issues concerning division of marital property
How mediation works
Mediation is completely voluntary and confidential. In order to be effective, all parties must agree to try and work together to reach an equitable solution to their conflict. The role of the mediator is a neutral third party that encourages respectful behavior, facilitates communication between family members, and provides counsel to all parties in working to reach a resolution. Mediators are not involved in the actual decision-making process and cannot impose decisions on any party. In fact, in mediation, no decisions are made unless both parties are in agreement.
Have questions regarding mediation? Contact us today
When you have reached a dead end trying to resolve a family dispute, don’t give up. Mediation allows family members to come together in a safe environment, where they can work with a trained professional to address the source of conflict and find an agreeable solution. Our attorneys are skilled and experienced in mediation, effectively working with families to foster open communication and reach satisfactory resolution of their family conflicts. If you are struggling with a family matter and are wondering if mediation is right for you, contact our office at 732-414-0300 or online to arrange for a confidential consultation. Lomurro Law serves all of Monmouth County, including Asbury Park, Colts Neck, Freehold Township, Long Branch and Wall Township.