Monmouth County Collaborative Divorce & Mediation

We are a group of top Attorneys, Financial Professionals and Family Psychologists within Monmouth County, dedicated to finding a peaceful alternative to litigation and traditional divorce proceedings.

Litigation Alternative

Their mission is to offer a much more beneficial, peaceful and comprehensive alternative to traditional litigation.

Civilized Divorce Process

The members of the Monmouth County Collaborative Divorce and Mediation Professionals are experienced family law attorneys, mediators, mental health professionals and financial advisors specifically trained to minimize the conflict in your divorce and to foster respectful communication among you, your spouse or partner, and your children.  

First-hand knowledge of the trauma that the adversarial approach inflicts upon families compelled many of us to find and practice this better way.  The Collaborative goal is to minimize the personal and financial cost of divorce and to develop a fair, sustainable agreement.

Simple Divorce in New Jersey

This is a simple alternative to the complex and vicious traditional litigation approach to divorce. Why fight unnecessary battles, that will eventually destroy your family, and cause resentment between many of your family members? There's a clear alternative, and our mission is to help people find that alternative. 

Divorce Without a Lawyer in New Jersey

This is an option that is not available to you if you choose the path of litigation for your divorce process. In New Jersey, an uncontested divorce or mediation process can be filed without an Attorney. If both spouses can reach an agreement on all of the details of their divorce, and they agree to file their divorce as an uncontested divorce, the legal process for filing an uncontested no-fault divorce and for finalizing their divorce is straightforward.

How much is it to file for divorce in New Jersey?

If you are considering getting a divorce, you have a multitude of questions and concerns about the process. Your worries may include concerns over division of assets, length of time for the divorce process to be completed, and of course, questions about how much your divorce will cost. There are many factors that come into play when considering the cost of a divorce. One of the biggest determining factors of cost is typically whether your divorce is contested or agreed upon. With so many variables, it is difficult to state an actual cost for divorce at all. Divorce costs in New Jersey could range anywhere from a few hundred dollars up to tens of thousands of dollars when all fees and costs are totaled.

Who Can Help?

In order to be sure you understand all issues affecting the cost of your divorce, it is important to have a trusted attorney or mediator working with you. With a group of such experienced professionals, like the Monmouth County Collaborative Divorce & Mediation professionals, you're sure to save money, time and frustration. Divorce lawyers who not only know the ins and outs of New Jersey divorce law, but who also understands your financial concerns can be hard to come by when looking other places. The experienced, successful, and dependable Family lawyers, Mental Health Professionals & Financial Advisors of our group in Monmouth County New Jersey can help you understand your options to make the best choices for your own situation. Contact us today to inquire about hiring a divorce lawyer or mediator to assist you through this difficult time.


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