Divorce is complicated, and while there are times where both spouses can agree on the terms of their divorce and move on with their lives, this is often not the case. When spouses cannot agree on the terms of their divorce, they are in what is known as a contested divorce. If you are currently going through a contested divorce, you must ensure that you continue reading and contact our experienced New Jersey family law attorneys as soon as possible. Here are some of the questions you may have about contested divorce in New Jersey:
What happens in a contested divorce?
When a couple is in a contested divorce, they will often enter litigation. Essentially, when a couple enters the litigation process, their divorce will ultimately be decided by a judge in a courtroom. During the process, a judge will work to resolve all unresolved divorce-related issues, including child custody, the division of assets, child support, spousal support, and more. Rather obviously, the process can be a stressful one for all parties involved, which is why if you are going to have your divorce litigated, you must retain the services of a knowledgeable Bergen County divorce lawyer who has handled countless divorces in the past. Our firm is here to help.
Is there a way for a divorcing couple to avoid litigation in New Jersey?
Fortunately, there is. Many spouses choose to avoid the litigation process because oftentimes, litigation is costly, high-stakes, and hostile. Furthermore, at the end of the process, both spouses are often left feeling discontent with the outcome of their divorce, as they did not decide on its terms on their own. For this very reason, many spouses choose mediation as an alternate option. When you and your spouse hire a divorce mediator, you are appointing a non-biased third party who will listen to both of your concerns and work to facilitate a compromise that works for both you and your spouse. While you both may not get everything you want, a compromise is always better than a one-sided deal. Regardless of where you are in the process, if you are going through a divorce in New Jersey, our firm is here to help. Give us a call today.
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