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"Judge Rand is universally regarded as one of New Jersey's foremost experts in the matrimonial field. His judicial colleagues from Cape May to Bergen Counties regularly sought his advice and counsel on complex matrimonial issues."
Francis J. Orlando
former Assignment Judge
Camden County Superior Court
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What is Divorce Mediation?

Mediation is a form of alternate dispute resolution with a neutral knowledgeable third party that can facilitate an amicable agreement and settlement of the difficult issues facing both litigants. It permits and guides the parties to an outcome that they can accept to resolve their dispute.
How Does the Mediation Process Work?

The parties first choose an acceptable mediator. The mediator must review all of the pertinent financial, social and economic information for both parties. When that is completed an introductory session for additional fact gathering and positions begins. Further sessions, either together or apart, attempt to find common ground for the disputed issues.
What is the Role of the Mediator?

The mediator serves as a guide for the parties to reach a settlement that is satisfactory to both of them.
Is Mediation Right for Us?

Mediation is the right way to proceed when issues are not resolved but both litigants are willing to openly discuss those issues in a give and take process in an effort to reach common ground.
What is the Role of the Law in Mediation?

A knowledgeable mediator should be able to explain the general law to the parties, if requested.