www.NJMediation Works.com Martin Rosenfeld, Esq.
34-00 Linwood Rd, Fair Lawn, NJ 07410 201.794.4545
What is Mediation?
Mediation is the process in which a trained, neutral person facilitates a fair agreement between people in conflict.
Why Choose Mediation Over Litigation?
How Much Does Mediation Cost?
There is a reasonable hourly fee for mediation services. This will be discussed with you fully before you begin the mediation process. For more information on how we can assist you, please call (201) 794-4545 or Contact Us online. My special interest is that of divorce mediation, but I also practice civil mediation, for commercial disputes, elder care mediation, and all forms of family mediation. If you are unsure as to whether divorce mediation (or any other mediation process) is for you, come for a brief consultation. After this discussion, you may decide whether you wish to continue with mediation services. (Payments for mediation sessions may be made by cash, check, or credit card for each session and will be due at the completion of the session.)If you are considering divorce or have already made your decision please call us. We'll explain how you can protect your legal rights, reduce the expense of divorce, and protect your children from undue emotional stress. You owe it to yourselves, and to your loved ones, to pursue the option of divorce mediation.
Not every couple is interested in mediation services. You may come for legal consultations on Uncontested No-Fault Divorce. I also provide brief consultations on matters that relate to divorce such as visitation, children's issues, filing for divorce, discussing divorce with children etc. My background as attorney, educator, and clergyman has amply prepared for such a consulting role.
I am trained as a Collaborative Divorce attorney. This process affords each party the opportunity to retain their own attorney, while seeking a peaceful means of achieving the dissolution (i.e. divorce) of the marriage. You may consult with me if you prefer this method to that of the mediation model, or if you simply wish to consult on the collaborative process.
NOTE: Those couples who would like to learn more about the Gett process, may choose to visit the website at www.civildivorcecivilget.com.