Category Archives: Mediation

What Is the Role of a Divorce Coach?

How to Tell If You Need a Divorce Coach When you and your spouse decide to divorce, you may need to contact a family law attorney right away. Working with a divorce lawyer can help to protect your interests and prepare for the next stage to come. However, while your lawyer will be your key…

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Jeralyn Lawrence was a speaker at the New Jersey State Bar Association’s Mediation Training

  Jeralyn Lawrence was a speaker at the New Jersey State Bar Association’s Mediation Training on November 1 intended for individuals interested in becoming a court-approved mediator.  

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Preparing for Your Divorce Mediation Session

Up to 80% of divorce cases that go to mediation end successfully with agreements reached throughout the process. Nonetheless, you need to prepare extensively for this process if you want to be successful in resolving issues in your case. Here are some tips on how to ready yourself for mediation. Mediation Can Result in a…

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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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Benefits of Mediation When Divorcing in a Pandemic

Choosing Between Mediation and Litigation During Covid-19 Ordinarily, New Jersey has one of the lowest divorce rates in the entire United States. However, that may change as a result of the increasing prevalence of COVID-19 throughout the state as unhappy couples who have been forced to coexist under the same roof due to lockdowns or…

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Jeralyn Lawrence Best Lawyers Lawyer of the Year 2021

  Lawrence Law, LLC is pleased to announce that the firm’s Managing Member & Founder, Jeralyn L. Lawrence, has once again been recognized by Best Lawyers® for Lawyer of the Year in Family Law Mediation. Congratulations, Jeralyn!  

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