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Monmouth County Arbitration Attorneys

Contrary to what many people believe, there are several other options for divorce rather than simply “contested” or “uncontested.” In fact, divorce arbitration is one alternative that appeals to couples who wish to avoid the courtroom. There are several benefits to divorce arbitration, including it typically being less costly and less contentious than contested or even uncontested divorce.

In divorce arbitration, an arbiter, or an objective third party, listens to both spouses’ “sides” and makes a final, non-appealable decision about the divorce settlement. Although a lawyer usually does not present on your behalf during arbitration, a legal representative can majorly benefit your case by helping you organize your claims so that your interests can be met. The attorneys of the Law Office of Andrew A. Bestafka, Esq. can guide Monmouth County residents through divorce arbitration so that they can receive the best divorce settlement possible.

How a Divorce Arbitration Attorney Can Help You

When you are going through divorce arbitration, your attorney can help you in a number of ways. Some of the key responsibilities of an arbitration lawyer include:

  • Strategize about how to present your “side”
  • Fully and fairly represent your interests for settlement
  • Offer potential settlement options
  • Rebut claims made by your spouse or spouse’s attorney
  • Take some pressure off of you during the divorce process

These benefits have led many to choose divorce arbitration for their divorce settlements.

Contact a Divorce Arbitration Lawyer in Monmouth County

If you and your spouse are considering divorce, you may want to go over the advantages and disadvantages of options like arbitration, mediation, and even contested divorce with an experienced divorce attorney. To discuss all of your options, contact the knowledgeable lawyers of the Law Office of Andrew A. Bestafka, Esq. by calling (732) 898-2378 today.