What is an alternative dispute resolution (ADR)?
New Jersey Alternative Dispute Resolution Attorneys
An alternative dispute resolution is when a dispute is settled outside of the courtroom. This is what you hear when people say that the case was “settled out of court.” When it comes to New Jersey divorce cases, the most common ways an alternative dispute resolution is reached is through mediation, negotiation or arbitration. If you and your spouse can reach a settlement through alternative dispute resolution, you both can receive benefits from it, such as lower legal costs, control of the process, confidence and even settlements being resolved quicker.
At the Law Offices of Jef Henninger, Esq., our seasoned NJ alternative dispute resolution lawyers will explore your divorce case and see if an alternative dispute resolution is in your best interest. If it doesn’t work out, our law firm can also handle the traditional litigation needed for a divorce. Reach out to our New Brunswick divorce lawyers by calling 732-773-2768 and use our free initial consultation to start work on your divorce case today!
Posted on March 27, 2013, in Articles and tagged Alternative Dispute Resolution, Common Concerns, Cost of New Jersey divorce, Divorce Attorneys in Middlesex County, Divorce Process, New Brunswick Divorce Lawyers, Save money in divorce, Settlement Discussions. Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.