Collaborative Divorce In Monmouth County
The divorce process is often presented as stressful, drawn-out and highly litigious, but it does not have to be. Many couples are committed to resolving their differences without high levels of conflict so they can complete the divorce process efficiently and cost-effectively.
In New Jersey collaborative divorces, couples commit upfront to resolve all matters without litigating. Both parties generally retain attorneys who are trained and experienced in collaborative divorce to assist them through the process. The attorneys in collaborative divorce typically agree to withdraw from the case if the two sides cannot reach an agreement on any matter and the parties decide to litigate.
Collaborative Law Attorneys Serving Central New Jersey
The experienced family law attorneys at Deitch & Perone, P.C., are thoroughly knowledgeable and trained in the collaborative divorce method and its benefits. We are members of the Jersey Shore Collaborative Law Group who are committed to helping clients through the divorce process so they are in the best possible position financially and emotionally to move forward with the rest of their lives.
You may wonder why lawyers are necessary if the participants determine ahead of time that they can resolve issues without going to court. It’s important to emphasize that the same important issues must be resolved in traditional divorces, including:
- Child custody and visitation
- Division of assets
- Responsibilities for debt repayment
- Spousal support
- Child support
While the parties are committed to resolving matters amicably, there may be differences of opinion and disputes to resolve. We assertively protect our clients’ rights as they work to reach an agreement on these key decisions.
Our firm works with mediators, child psychologists and other specialists who help us resolve matters in divorce. Our experience shows that couples who retain control over child custody, child support and other aspects of their post-divorce lives communicate better after the divorce and are more satisfied in the long term with the outcome. Children also frequently benefit from collaborative divorce because the focus is on their needs.
Contact Deitch & Perone, P.C.
We can answer your questions about collaborative divorce and other family law matters during a free, no-obligation consultation. We work with clients in Monmouth County and Ocean County and across central New Jersey from offices in West Long Branch and Scotch Plains. Call 908-264-2067 or 732-440-9887 or contact us online to schedule an appointment.