Matawan Mediation And Arbitration Attorney

While divorce is often portrayed as a contentious process, the fact of the matter is that most people are able to resolve their issues amicably. In fact, mediation and arbitration are generally less expensive approaches to divorce, which also allows both spouses to have a greater say in how and when their divorce is finalized.

Experienced In Mediation And Arbitration Services

Divorce lawyer Robin Jill Schneider has been a court-approved mediator since 2000. She has assisted countless individuals in the Matawan, New Jersey, area through the mediation process. She has the qualifications to help you work through all aspects of a divorce through mediation and arbitration, including:

  • Alimony
  • Property distribution
  • Child support and custody
  • College tuition for children

What Is Mediation?

In mediation, both parties work together with one mediation attorney — the mediator — to resolve their divorce. A certified mediator supports the individuals as they negotiate a final settlement. The mediator's goal is to help you and your spouse focus on analyzing the facts of your case and reach an agreement that you both can accept.

The benefits of mediation are countless. In general, mediation is less expensive, resolved more quickly and far less contentious than a traditional divorce involving litigation.

Lawyer Robin Jill Schneider has years of experience serving as a mediator, and has been hired privately by couples and by other attorneys and appointed by the court. Her realistic approach to divorce can help you and your ex-spouse resolve your divorce quickly.

What Is Arbitration?

Arbitration is the appointment of an impartial third party to decide your issues outside of the court. It provides for privacy, fairness and efficiency. Robin Jill Schneider is a member of the New Jersey Divorce Arbitrators Association, and has been trained as an arbitrator by the American Academy of Matrimonial Lawyers.

Call Us Today To Learn More About Mediation

In a free initial consultation, we can help you determine whether mediation is right for your divorce. Call our office today at 732-812-4944 or contact us online.