Considering Divorce? Don’t Litigate – Arbitrate.

What is Divorce Arbitration?

Divorce arbitration is a way of resolving disputes outside of court. The parties select an impartial third party Arbitrator to decide the issues in their case. Instead of going to court, the parties are able to present their case in the Arbitrator’s office, in a less formal, but more efficient and private manner. The court issues a Judgment of Divorce based upon the Arbitrator’s Award.

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Blog Posts by NJDAA Member Arbitrators

Arbitration Developments in NJ

July 16th, 2015|Comments Off on Arbitration Developments in NJ

By Charles F. Vuotto, Jr. Esq.

By way of a Notice to the Bar dated April 21, 2015, Glenn A. Grant, J.A.D., Acting Administrative Director of the Courts has invited written comments to the report of […]

Palimony Agreement: MAEKER V. ROSS AND S2553

July 15th, 2015|Comments Off on Palimony Agreement: MAEKER V. ROSS AND S2553

By Charles F. Vuotto, Jr., Esq.

On May 7, 2015 the New Jersey State Legislature reported favorably through the Senate Judiciary Committee with regard to Senate Bill No. 2553. This Bill references the law, which took […]

NJ Alimony Reform

July 12th, 2015|Comments Off on NJ Alimony Reform

by Mark Gruber, Esq.

No one likes to pay alimony, but many people need alimony. How do we reconcile those opposing positions? It becomes more complex with the competing interests of the Judiciary (who want to […]

Top 30 Provisions to Include in Matrimonial Arbitration Agreements

July 10th, 2015|Comments Off on Top 30 Provisions to Include in Matrimonial Arbitration Agreements

By Charles F. Vuotto, Jr., Esq.
http://www.tvelaw.com/

When entering into an agreement to arbitrate matrimonial issues on behalf of your clients, it is essential that certain provisions are included to ensure such agreements are upheld. The New […]