A Simple & Civil Way to Navigate a Divorce
Here at The Law Offices of Cindy Ramjattan-Paul, P.C., we understand that divorce is one of the most stressful and overwhelming experiences you can go through. As experienced New Jersey divorce attorneys, we have seen couples throughout New Jersey undergo the emotional turmoil of divorce proceedings.
Though we are skilled litigators who are always prepared to take a case to trial, we believe that
mediation and alternative dispute resolution are often the most ideal ways of working out a
divorce. Our team will always seek a resolution through mediation before pursuing litigation.
To learn more about how we can help you navigate your divorce, call The Law Offices of Cindy Ramjattan-Paul, P.C. (973) 540-0200 or mail us @ email@example.com
What Is Mediation?
Mediation is a form of dispute resolution that does not involve a court, jury, or judge. Rather
than bringing your divorce to a family law court – where a judge has the final say on matters
involved in your divorce – you and your partner can choose to work things out on your own.
Many people prefer mediation to litigation because it:
The Mediation Process
During mediation, a mediator will facilitate your discussions and negotiations. The mediator
will not make any decisions for you but can help you and your spouse understand the possible
impact of your own decisions. The mediator is there to keep negotiations civil and guide you
along the way.
During mediation, you may have a lawyer present. A New Jersey family law attorney from The
Law Offices of Cindy Ramjattan-Paul, P.C. can stand by your side, protecting your rights and
interests. Just like the mediator, your attorney will not make decisions for you but can help you
navigate the process and make informed decisions on your own.
We understand that this process is difficult. We want to be there to help you overcome any
challenges you may run into along the way. The Law Offices of Cindy Ramjattan-Paul, P.C.
offers comprehensive representation for clients throughout New Jersey.
If you are interested in learning more about your options for family law in New jersey ,
call Cindy Paul at (973) 542-0200 or mail us @ firstname.lastname@example.org