Mediation Attorney in Toms River

Offering Alternative Dispute Resolution Options

Often, when two divorcing spouses wish to seek quick, cooperative marriage dissolution, they may choose to pursue alternative dispute resolution methods such as mediation and collaboration. Avoiding litigation can make the entire process less stressful and less overwhelming for everyone involved. It can also be the most cost-effective option as well, as mediation is typically less expensive and less time-consuming than litigation.

At Stolfe Zeigler Family Law Group, we strive to help our clients find the solution that works best for their unique situation. Our Toms River divorce mediation attorneys can help you seek fair, collaborative resolution so that you can begin to move forward with your life as soon as possible.

Find out how mediation may benefit you—contact our firm at (732) 585-1651 to schedule your consultation.

How Does Family Law Mediation Work?

Mediation describes the collaborative process of coming to mutual agreements with your spouse on various aspects of your divorce. Mediation can be used to resolve certain issues or an entire case and may be used at any point during divorce litigation, or as an alternative to litigation entirely. Mediation can offer you and your spouse the opportunity to state your respective situations and come to an agreement on how best to proceed, without court interference.

Some of the benefits of mediation include that it often:

  • Is less expensive than litigation
  • Is less time-consuming than trial
  • Allows for greater communication
  • Lets you control the divorce process
  • Is a completely confidential process
  • Ends in settlement of all divorce matters

Mediation is a much more personalized process than divorce litigation. Rather than having impersonal and strict guidelines determine various aspects of your divorce—including child support, property and equitable distribution, child custody, and alimony—you and your spouse can work together to find a resolution that’s best for everyone involved.

How We Can Help

When you choose our Toms River family law mediation lawyers, you will benefit from our vast experience and sound legal counsel. We act as strong advocates for our clients throughout the mediation process, helping to find solutions for even the most heated of disagreements. We conduct four-way meetings with all involved parties and attorneys, working towards mutually beneficial agreements whenever possible. We put the interests of our clients first, and can even help you with extremely complex divorces and other family law matters. If for some reason, mediation is not an appropriate approach for a given situation, we are prepared to aggressively advocate for you in the litigation process.

Considering mediation in Monmouth County? Call our firm today at (732) 585-1651 to find out how we can help.

Stolfe Zeigler Will Work For You

  • Comprehensive Guidance Both During & After Your Divorce
  • Resolving Family Law Disputes Involving High-Net-Worth Divorce Cases
  • Respectful, Attentive & Individualized Representation
  • Securing Fair Solutions Through Alternative Dispute Resolution
  • Experienced In Both Divorce Litigation And Family Law Mediation

Testimonials

  • Stolfe Zeigler Family Law Group I can’t say enough about her knowledge of the law and the many courses a case can take as well as the support of her staff.
  • Stolfe Zeigler Family Law Group Sonya Zeigler worked with my best interests in sight. She kept to the highest standards in all her work and thus has the respect of her colleagues and of course me.
  • Stolfe Zeigler Family Law Group Sonya took the most important issues, kept me focused on those and helped me leave the little stuff and my ex-husband behind.
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