ATTENTION: Anyone who wants to get divorced quickly and inexpensively!

Experienced Divorce Mediators Serving Clients in New Jersey

Divorce is considered one of the most stressful events you can go through in your lifetime. It can bring out the worst feelings in people, especially when arguing over money and children. At Netsquire, we have seen how stressful and time-consuming divorce litigation can be, and we want to offer our clients an alternative solution.

Divorce doesn’t have to be an angry battle with both parties yelling across the courtroom. Our experienced and compassionate attorneys and mediators offer mediation services, allowing you and your spouse to end your marriage peacefully.

Call Netsquire today at (732) 479-4711 or contact us online to schedule a meeting with our mediation attorney in New Jersey!

What are The Benefits of Divorce Mediation?

The mediation process offers many benefits, allowing divorcing couples to save time, headaches, and expenses. Above all else, mediation gives the divorcing couple more power to come to amicable solutions and avoid going to court.

Additional benefits of mediating your divorce include:

  • Mediation is much more private
  • Mediation is less expensive than divorce litigation
  • Mediation is a more efficient process, saving you, your spouse, and your children from the stress of litigation

We recommend mediating your divorce 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. With an office in Iselin, we serve all of Middlesex County!

How Does Mediation Work?

There are multiple steps in the divorce mediation process. It can typically look like:

  • Initial Consultation: The mediation process typically begins with an initial consultation, where the mediator explains their role and the overall mediation process. This session also provides an opportunity for the mediator to understand the couple’s unique circumstances and concerns.
  • Identifying Issues: Once the couple decides to proceed with mediation, the mediator assists in identifying the issues that need to be resolved. This could include child custody arrangements, division of assets and debts, spousal support, and other relevant matters.
  • Gathering Information: The mediator helps the couple gather all necessary information and documentation related to their finances, assets, and liabilities. This comprehensive understanding of the couple’s financial situation enables informed decision-making.
  • Negotiation and Communication: During the mediation sessions, the mediator facilitates open and respectful communication between the spouses. They encourage each party to express their needs, concerns, and preferences while ensuring that the discussion remains focused and constructive.
  • Generating Options: The mediator helps generate multiple options for resolving each issue, fostering creativity and exploring alternatives. This approach encourages the couple to think beyond traditional solutions and find customized arrangements that meet their unique circumstances.
  • Evaluating and Reaching Agreement: As the couple considers various options, the mediator assists them in evaluating the advantages and disadvantages of each proposal. The goal is to guide the couple towards a mutually acceptable agreement that addresses their concerns and priorities.
  • Drafting the Agreement: Once the couple reaches an agreement, the mediator drafts a comprehensive divorce agreement capturing the terms and conditions they have agreed upon. This agreement is not legally binding, but it can be submitted to the court for approval and formalization.

How Long Does Mediation Take?

Divorce mediation can take anywhere from a few weeks to multiple months. It depends on a number of factors including:

  • The complexity of the case
  • How willing both parties are to collaborate
  • How prepared and organized both parties are
  • How many sessions it takes to reach a settlement

While the exact timeframe for divorce mediation in New Jersey can vary, couples can generally expect the process to be more time-efficient than a litigated divorce. Remember, divorce mediation offers a unique opportunity to amicably resolve disputes and forge mutually beneficial agreements, promoting a smoother transition to the next chapter of life.

Contact Our New Jersey Mediation Attorney Today

During the mediation process, you will sit down with a skilled New Jersey mediator with valuable training to aid your situation. The goal is to help you and your spouse agree on every topic. Whether you are mediating a divorce or a modification, we can assist you in navigating all types of family law issues. After you and your spouse have decided on each important topic, we can compile an agreement to be finalized by the family court judge.

Contact Netsquire today to schedule a FREE consultation with our mediation lawyer in New Jersey!


By signing up for the Netsquire Flat-Fee Divorce System YOU will receive ALL of the following:

Full Settlement Agreement that is ready to be signed and resolves all of your issues (with one-on-one mediation if necessary)

$2,500+ Value

The filing of all documents with the court to get you divorced.

$2,500 Value

Access to our PRIVATE Members Only Facebook Group, where you can ask questions and get additional help as you go through the process.

$197 Value

Flat-Fee Divorce Packages

If you need help figuring out the best package for you,

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You have no children.
You have nothing to divide.
You just want a divorce ASAP.

FLAT FEE (Pay in Full Rate)
+ State of NJ Filing Fee
  • All divorce documents will be drafted and filed for you
  • Entire process personally supervised by NJ divorce attorney
  • Both parties must cooperate and sign documents when we provide them to you
  • New Jersey filing fee not included
  • Access to a NJ divorce attorney to ask questions

You already have a verbal agreement on money and your children.
We’ll put it in a written, legally-binding settlement agreement for you.

FLAT FEE (Pay in Full Rate)
+ State of NJ Filing Fee
  • You get everything in the Basic package PLUS the following:
  • A NJ divorce attorney will draft a full and comprehensive written settlement agreement that resolves all your issues at your specific direction
  • You will be guided through the settlement process to make sure nothing is missed!
  • Support from a NJ divorce attorney throughout the process

You need help arriving at an agreement on your money and/or children.
We’ll mediate between you and your partner to negotiate a fair agreement.

FLAT FEE (Pay in Full Rate)
+ State of NJ Filing Fee
  • You get everything in the Basic and Premium package PLUS the following:
  • Three hours of Mediation with a NJ licensed attorney and trained mediator over ZOOM
  • Additional mediation time at an additional flat fee or hourly rate (if needed)
  • Post-Mediation email support with your mediator
Book a Discovery Call With Us Today.

What our Clients Say About Our Services

Divorce In 4 Steps:

Protect your kids

From custody to visits to holidays, we’ll walk you through every decision you need to make in order to move on with your life while protecting your kids.

Handle your money

Should there be alimony? What about child support? How are your children’s expenses going to be shared? We’ll help you figure it all out.

Divide your stuff

We’ll help you decide how to divide your marital home, bank accounts, retirement accounts, cars, debt, and anything else you need to split up.

Get your divorce.

Once you create an agreement about your money, your children, and your stuff, we’ll file all your documents and make sure your divorce is done quickly and correctly.

Your Guides to a Peaceful Separation.

Most law firms don’t know how to resolve divorce. They only know how to fight – because that’s how it’s always been done.

At Netsquire, we’ve ripped up the divorce playbook to make it quicker, simpler, and drama-free. We offer online mediation and document prep services, all for one transparent, flat fee.

With a whole lot of experience under our belts—decades, in fact—we’ve given thousands of couples the nudge they needed to move past divorce and rediscover their happy place.

We’re not just attorneys. We’re your guides, allies, and advocates. We’ll navigate this journey with you, prioritizing your peace of mind and financial health along the way.

New Jersey Alimony Lawyers

Can alimony payments be modified after they've been established?

Yes, alimony payments can be modified if there’s a significant change in circumstances, such as a job loss, disability, or change in income. Our experienced New Jersey alimony lawyers can help you understand post-divorce modifications.

What's the difference between rehabilitative and open durational alimony?

Rehabilitative alimony provides temporary spousal support while the recipient spouse seeks education or training to become self-supporting. Open durational alimony, on the other hand, is often awarded in long-term marriages and doesn’t have a predetermined end date.

Why is legal representation crucial when dealing with alimony matters?

Alimony cases involve complex legal considerations and financial intricacies. Having skilled New Jersey alimony lawyers by your side ensures you handle the process effectively, negotiate fair terms, and safeguard your financial future.

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Don't blow all your money on this divorce.
There's a better way to get happy again.


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Go ahead, select the package and payment plan that works best for you. If you decide that it is not for you before we draft any documents or you commence mediation, we will refund 100% of your money (less a 3% credit card fee). If you decide to cancel after we do some work, we will issue you a partial refund…NO QUESTIONS ASKED.

Don't bargain on your future! Pick the plan that works for you and commit to divorcing the better way!
John Nachlinger
Owner & Attorney, Netsquire