It used to be that prenuptial agreements were mainly talked about when it came to high-profile divorces, such as those between celebrities. However, nowadays, with the changing cultural landscape around marriage and divorce, prenuptial agreements make a lot of sense for a wide variety of couples planning to marry.
As this blog has discussed previously, there are some situations in which it is best for parents and those involved in a custody dispute to admit that mediation is just not an appropriate forum in a particular case, even though divorce mediation or other forms of child custody mediation certainly have their benefits.
Because the focus of any custody order is the best interests of the children involved, and because what is in the best interests of a child can change, it makes sense that New Jersey courts should consider a number of factors before deciding upon have the option of reviewing a custody and parenting time arrangement in a divorce or paternity case.
Some New Jersey residents may wonder how much of the talk about the benefits of child custody mediation is hype and how often mediation actually works. Others may wonder whether mediation works long-term even if a couple manages to forge together an agreement at the moment.
In addition to legal services, this law office offers mediation services to divorcing New Jersey couples or parents who need it in order to resolve their family law disputes.