At O’Sullivan Law Group, we have developed a dedicated platform to help you move through your divorce or family issue quickly, economically, and with the least impact on the most sensitive members of your family - your children. Our mediation group, led by David O’Sullivan, Esq., has deep resources to help you resolve the most high conflict or complex cases.
Our team approach calls upon New Jersey’s most widely recognized experts to help resolve even the most adversarial cases. Our success lies in our ability to help quickly identify and resolve issues confronting couples and their families.
There is no limit to the types of conflicts that we are called upon to help couples and families resolve. Just as every family is unique, so are their problems. Our Morris County divorce attorney helps couples and families identify the root causes of their issues and guide them to satisfactory resolutions.
Most importantly, divorce can take a substantial toll on you and your children. Traditional litigation by definition is adversarial in nature. It is expensive, time consuming, and often increases the tension and hostilities between couples that led them to the decision to seek a divorce.
Through mediation, couples keep control over the process. With the assistance of a trained mediator, participants identify specific issues that are addressed and the participants determine the outcome. The mediator acts as a guide, helping the participants find areas of compromise and means of settling their disputes.
By owning the process, participants find greater satisfaction with the terms of their settlements and parties are much more likely to adhere to the terms of their agreements. This not only lowers the expense relative to traditional litigation, but also lowers the possibility of post-judgment litigation.
As an alternative to traditional divorce litigation, mediation can solve a number of problems without having the additional stress of involving the court.
We resolve issues such as:
Not all disputes can be successfully mediated, but before you hire a Morris County divorce lawyer to litigate your divorce, contact us to schedule a consultation — the decision to mediate may save you thousands.