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What Is Co-Mediation in Divorce?

Divorce mediation

In many divorce mediations, a single person facilitates the discussion. There are times when two mediators may be more effective than one. A co-mediated divorce brings in another professional with a different background whose efforts can complement the other mediator’s. A co-mediated divorce could lead to a faster and more amicable mediation process.

While mediation is often successful, it may take significant effort to resolve it. During the process, the spouses may experience intense disagreements. The post-divorce relationship is significant when the two spouses still need to co-parent. Thus, the spouses may require additional help during mediation to facilitate a less contentious agreement.

The Spouses May Need a Second Mediator

While the mediator is professionally trained and skilled at resolving disputes, some matters may be more complex than they can handle. They may benefit from a team of other professionals who can help the spouses make progress in the negotiations. A co-mediated divorce occurs when two mediators participate in the sessions. They may switch off as necessary to keep the mediation running smoothly.

For example, the spouses may need a financial expert in the mediation sessions. Many of the issues involved in a divorce relate to property division and spousal support. The financial expert can help the parties resolve their issues.

Co-mediation is an investment in helping you resolve your divorce. Although court hearings are sometimes necessary, there are occasions when neither party wins when the case goes to trial.

Contact a Hunterdon County Divorce Lawyer at Tune Law Group, LLC for Help with Divorce Mediation

A Hunterdon County divorce lawyer at Tune Law Group, LLC can counsel you on all the legal options available to resolve your divorce. Attorneys Daniel B. Tune, Esq. and Stephanie H. Fulton, Esq. are experienced in mediation and other alternative dispute resolution methods. You can schedule a free initial consultation by calling us at 908-434-1061 or by contacting us online. Located in Whitehouse Station, New Jersey, we serve clients in and around Hunterdon County, Monmouth County, Whitehouse, and Tewksbury.

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