The process of ending a marriage involves a lot of decision-making, especially when you and your spouse opt for divorce through mediation. Collaborative in nature, the mediation process allows for both parties to cooperatively agree on the terms of their divorce, including the way in which their property will be distributed at the time the union is dissolved.
At O’Sullivan Law Group, our mediation services provide divorcing couples with the neutral, third-party guidance they need to make informed decisions regarding the final terms of their divorce agreement. With 25 years of experience working in law and mediation, we are the firm to turn to when you need local legal help in Morris County. Contact us today at (973) 947-8699 for a free consultation.
New Jersey is an equitable distribution state. This means if you and your spouse cannot mutually agree upon the terms of your property division, the law will default to the principle of equitable distribution: All marital property (assets and earnings accumulated during the marriage) will be divided in a way that is both equitable and fair for all parties involved. Property division through mediation ensures that a judge will not decide the fate of the assets, earnings, and belongings you’ve accumulated over the course of your marriage.
Mediating through the process of property division will require that you and your spouse decide upon all items concerning:
If you wish to embark on the mediation process to complete your divorce, including any property division that will accompany the divorce, O’Sullivan Law Group can help. Our experienced Morris County divorce mediation attorney can assist you through every stage of mediation, from negotiation all the way through to completion of the agreement. Call our office at (973) 947-8699 to get started.
Mediation is a great way to quickly and affordably end a marriage in New Jersey. If you’re interested in learning more about the property division mediation services we offer at O’Sullivan Law Group, don’t wait to contact us. We frequently handle cases of this nature, and we’re ready to take on yours next.
All clients of O’Sullivan Law Group are provided with 24/7 access to their complete case file, and we always make ourselves available to answer questions and concerns as they arise. We exclusively practice family law, so you can rest assured your case will be handled by a team of dedicated, experienced divorce professionals.
Meeting with a Morris County mediation attorney at our office is risk-free. Contact us today at (973) 947-8699.