On December 10, 2010, the New Jersey Supreme Court approved arbitration as a path out of the Court house offering an informal, efficient, and family-friendly way to resolve potential or on-going court litigation.Johnson v. Johnson, 204 N.J. 529 (2010)
This is great news for New Jersey Family Law in general. Arbitration is the preferred approach when you know at the outset that you are headed for protracted litigation and likely trial followed by an Appeal. Trial judges, attorneys and their clients have a keen ability to identify when cases are becoming “train wrecks” “headed off the cliff.” Everyone involved in potentially contested litigation has an affirmative obligation to encourage resolution through arbitration.
This alternative path to resolving disputes stands to revolutionize the New Jersey Family Court System! Click here to download a description of arbitration and how it can help you and your family.
New Jersey Family Law Arbitration Is Here To Help!