What is Mediation?
Instead of combat in a courtroom, you and your spouse meet together in a private setting with an experienced, well-trained mediator who will guide you and your spouse to an efficient, economical and long-lasting resolution.
Mediation allows you to take charge of your future by creating a settlement that meets the needs of you, your spouse and your children. Mediation minimizes the upheaval and stress you and your children will suffer.
While participating in mediation, each spouse is urged to retain their own attorney who will counsel them privately and individually with regard to their own legal rights and alternatives. The mediator then brings the issues and the parties to the table and assists the parties, who have had independent legal counsel, compromise and create a settlement.
If you and your spouse are already in mediation, Joanne S. Nadell, Esquire can serve as the Consulting Attorney for one of the spouses. Ms. Nadell will review the mediation process with the spouse, monitor the process, and offer legal advice and guidance as necessary.
We strive to help our divorcing clients to resolve their differences in a calm, non-adversarial and efficient manner.