How You Can Get Divorced Faster Through Mediation

Divorce is one of the most stressful events you can go through in your lifetime. It can bring out the worst in people, especially when you are arguing over money and children. Divorce doesn’t have to be an angry battle with both parties yelling at each other. Our mediation services can allow you and your spouse to end your marriage in a more peaceful manner.

The mediation process offers many benefits, allowing divorcing couples to save time, headache, and expense. Above all else, mediation gives the divorcing couple more power to come to amicable solutions and possibly avoid having to go to court.


Cost. With divorce mediation you can save thousands of dollars in legal fees. We’ve had cases that resolve in 3 hours at a total cost of $1,000. Most litigated divorces take at least $15,000 to resolve (or more).

Settling. An increasing number of family law cases are resulting in settlements. Whether it is a divorce, child custody, or simple child support matter, mediation helps put a degree of control over a case back in the hands of the parties.

Confidentiality. Mediation is CONFIDENTIAL. There is no public record, and no mediator can disclose what happens before, during or after the process.

Freedom. One of the largest benefits of mediation is to allow the parties to come up with their own answers. The more control the parties have, typically the less time they will spend returning to court in later years to change their order.

Advice is still an option. You can choose mediation to resolve your divorce and still have an attorney to give you legal advice. We advise that in complicated situations.

Control. Mediation allows parties to carefully consider the issues in their case and be creative with solutions that best fit their needs and the needs of their family, sometimes agreeing to arrangements that a court would not have authority to order after a trial.

Communication. The mediation process fosters communication between you and your spouse. Keep an open mind to the creative solutions of the other party and try to understand that this could be a path to an amicable solution.

We highly recommend considering mediating your divorce if you wish to decrease resentment and remain amicable, particularly if you and your spouse have children together. Working with Netsquire can help you through your divorce without the additional stress during an already stressful time. You deserve to be happy today.

About the Author


John Nachlinger is a co-founder and managing attorney of Netsquire, a family law firm focused on streamlining divorces through effective mediation, settlement drafting, and court filing assistance. As a New Jersey Supreme Court Certified Matrimonial Law Attorney and Qualified Mediator, John guides couples toward equitable agreements without the cost and stress of litigation.

Recognized as a New Jersey Super Lawyer for over a decade, John’s client-focused approach aims to foster understanding during challenging transitions. With a background spanning top law journals, judicial clerkships, and boutique family law firms, John now applies his analytical skills to create workable solutions for all parties. His mediation services reshape the divorce journey by prioritizing compassion and compromise.

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