Experienced mediation and mediation support.
The preferred method of dispute resolution
We know that the best settlement is one that you negotiated yourself, but sometimes you may need a little expert help. That’s where divorce mediation law comes in!
What are the steps of mediation?
Before entering into mediation, be sure to consult your review attorney so you have all of the information you need to move forward. This ensures that you will have a consultant throughout the entire process to touch base with if any problems occur. Next, you want to find a skilled mediator who can help you mutually devise a settlement agreement that both parties can live with.
Once a mediator gets you almost to the finish line, it’s time for a review attorney to take over. A review attorney should fairly and competently fold all of your hard work, generally called a “Memorandum of Understanding,” into a complete and legally enforceable Marital Settlement Agreement. If the MOU comes back with significant flaws, it will be necessary to contact your attorney to sort them out through a renegotiation of the terms.
After you have your “Marital Settlement Agreement,” you will need a skilled attorney to get you in and out of court for your uncontested Divorce, and on your way to your new life!
Where can I go for mediation?
When you look for a divorce mediator, you need someone who is experienced at helping couples strike the right balance to negotiate something that both sides can agree to. At Keith Family Law Group, we offer mediation and mediation support. Heather C. Keith is a member of the New Jersey Association of Professional Mediators and can offer you the mediation and mediation support that you need to navigate your separation together in a productive and cooperative way.
We at Keith Family Law Group are also preferred review attorneys for many of Westfield, New Jersey’s most respected mediators, and for good reason. Our attorneys will quickly and thoroughly assess your settlement agreement to confirm that your interests are completely protected. Once you are comfortable with your settlement, we will get you into court for your Divorce without delay or any hidden costs.
Your Marital Settlement Agreement is one of the most important documents in your life. You need skilled counsel to be sure that it is a fair agreement you can live with. If you have questions about mediation, settlement agreements, or any other areas of divorce and family law, please feel free to call Keith Family Law Group for a legal consult. We will provide you with individualized legal counsel with one of our family lawyers. We are dedicated to alternative dispute resolution, such as mediation or collaborative practice, and believe in supporting couples in making their own informed decisions.
Keith Family Law Group is a full service family law practice in Westfield, New Jersey that serves clients from Union County, Essex County, Hudson County, Morris County, Hunterdon County, Somerset County, Middlesex County, Monmouth County, and Warren County.
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One of our team members will reach out to schedule a consultation.
Alternately, call us at (908) 233-4555 and schedule an appointment today.
Our Family Law Services
Divorce & Separation
We provide expert legal guidance through the entire divorce process, from a period of separation to the time when the divorce is finalized.
Our divorce mediation services provide the expert help you need in devising a settlement agreement that both parties can live with.
Alimony can be an emotional and complex component of divorce. We can help negotiate an acceptable outcome for everyone involved.
Let us guide you through the often sensitive and nuanced child custody process to ensure your child's best interests are being met.
Get the help you need to ensure all marital assets – regardless of title – are distributed in an equitable manner between the parties involved.
Receive the legal assistance you need in order to get you and your children out of a domestic violence situation and into safety.
We provide individualized legal counsel to help you determine your best course of action for when you must step into someone else's shoes.
Wills & Powers of Attorney
Eliminate any uncertainty about your wishes after you have passed on or designate someone in advance to legally handle your affairs.