Mediation is a process involving a specially trained, neutral third-party with experience in resolving parties’ disputes.  New Jersey courts often require parties to participate in mediation.

Mediation takes place outside of traditional courtroom proceedings. Mediators are trained to create a constructive, non-adversarial atmosphere in which parties can work through issues together.

Additionally, where economic issues are present, with a specially trained and experienced attorney or financial professional to help resolve those issues.

Through mediation, parties to a dispute can resolve outside of court all issues arising from their legal proceeding. This approach is, in the vast majority of cases, preferable to having a contested outcome imposed upon them following a courtroom proceeding.

Hulse & Wynter’s attorneys can represent you in mediation proceedings.

Why Choose Mediation?

Mediation does not work for everybody. But for parties that have a desire and capacity to work together, mediation offers significant advantages over litigation.

  • Control. The parties have control over the information.
  • Creativity. Mediated and negotiated settlements can contain complex, tailored terms that a judge may not impose.
  • Cost Containment. Mediated and negotiated settlements are significantly less expensive than litigated outcomes.
  • Confidentiality and Privacy. Mediation proceedings and records are private and confidential, whereas court proceedings are public record. Many parties believe that it is in their best interest to resolve matters privately.
  • Efficiency. A mediated settlement can be obtained much more quickly than with a traditional litigated outcome.

Which Issues Are Subject to Mediation?

Mediation can be used to settle all aspects of a litigated proceeding. Hulse & Wynter’s attorneys have the experience necessary to mediate cases involving substantial financial assets.

The potential benefits of successful mediation are considerable. Our attorneys have the diplomacy, expertise, and skills necessary to help you realize these benefits. Call Hulse & Wynter today to learn more about the mediation process, or use the form below to get in touch with us.

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