At the Law and Mediation Offices of Karen P. Sampson, Esquire, LLC, we pride ourselves in working closely with our clients to help them secure not just any solution, but the best solution for them given their family situation. Whether our clients need assistance with in person or virtual Divorce Mediation, negotiating a Divorce settlement, participating in a Collaborative Divorce, probating an Estate, or drafting a Will, we are committed to listening to their needs and working with them to determine the best path for them to achieve their goals and move forward with their lives.
Divorce does not have to define your future. There are divorce processes, such as divorce mediation and collaborative divorce, that allow you and your spouse to privately resolve divorce issues together outside of court in a respectful and efficient manner so you can both move forward with your lives.
Check out the blog authored by Karen P. Sampson, Esquire as it appears in Divorce Magazine: Moving on After Divorce: What You Should Know About Estate Planning
Check out the article co-authored by Karen P. Sampson, Esquire entitled Collaborative Divorce as it appears in the April 2020 New Jersey Lawyer magazine
Divorce mediation and other alternative dispute resolution options can save both time and money over traditional divorce litigation.
Don’t let a judge determine the details of your future. You and your spouse can have complete control over the outcome of your divorce.
Keep the details of your personal and professional lives from becoming public record.
A court battle can be hard on not only the parties but also on the children. Divorce mediation and other alternative dispute resolution options may provide a better way to protect children from the trauma of conventional litigious divorce.
Death is inevitable. It is important for you to be aware of how your loved ones will be provided for and what will happen to your assets and debts upon your death.
An uncontested divorce typically involves the two spouses discussing their divorce issues on their own, with a mediator, or with attorneys, and then coming to an agreement on all of the issues.
Post-divorce matters include enforcement of prior divorce, custody and/or support judgments and orders as well as modifications of those judgments or orders.
Resolving divorce issues without going to Court is generally faster, less expensive and more amicable than a traditional litigious divorce.
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