Category Archives: Arbitration

Arbitration As The Alternative Means

Divorce Arbitration vs. a Divorce Trial If you are considering divorcing your New Jersey spouse and assume that the matter will end up in litigation, divorce attorneys caution that you will likely be waiting a while. The reason is that the courts are facing a staggering number of judicial vacancies, and as a result, most…

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Why Choose New Jersey Divorce Arbitration?

How Arbitration Could Help Resolve Your Divorce Divorce can be a difficult and challenging time for many New Jersey couples, and while some of them may be able to quickly reach a resolution to their dispute, many others remain far apart on key issues, including child support or asset division. At the same time, divorce…

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Divorce Mediation and Arbitration Explained

The Differences Between Divorce Mediation and Arbitration In the United States, only about 5% or less of divorce cases will ultimately go to a hearing. Most divorcing couples will find some way to settle their case with an agreement. Mediation and arbitration are two ways to resolve a divorce, and they are different in nature….

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Jeralyn Lawrence Speaker at Alternative Dispute Resolution Day

Mediation and arbitration are ways used to resolve family cases today. Jeralyn Lawrence was a speaker on these topics today at the Alternative Dispute Resolution (ADR) Day, a live Webcast presented by the New Jersey State Bar Association Dispute Resolution Section, the New Jersey Association of Professional Mediators, and Marie Garibaldi Inn of Court. The…

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Rita Aquilio Serves as Special Editor of New Jersey Lawyer Magazine

Rita Aquilio, a divorce and family law attorney with Lawrence Law, served as Special Co-Editor for the April 2020 issue of New Jersey Lawyer Magazine. Aquilio, along with Brian Lehrer of Schenck, Price, Smith & King, LLP, edited all of the magazine’s articles, collaborated on the edition’s layout and artwork with the NJSBA Editorial Board,…

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