Mediation and Collaborative Divorce are two alternative divorce processes that allow divorcing couples to reach a settlement with minimal antagonism in a setting outside of the Court House. Legal costs can be contained and their divorce settlement agreements are usually reached mor
1. Educate yourself about different divorce options and how suitable they are for you. Have you and your spouse discussed and agreed upon your divorce? A. A “Kitchen Table” divorce may be for you. The words kitchen table refer to working out an uncomplicated division of assets and su
The only hope for the future is in a change of our consciousness and the change is bound to come. But it is left to us to decide if we will collaborate for this change or if it will have to be enforced upon us by the power of crashing circumstances.So, wake up and collaborate! August
It is the conversation you’ve been secretly dreading. The one you’ve been putting off for months, maybe even years, even though you know it’s inevitable. It’s like that shooting pain in your upper left molar that fires down your jaw when you drink something col
When parents make the decision to divorce, it can be very difficult on the children. The reaction of children to separation and divorce varies and usually depends on the age of the children involved. The transition can be easier when the parents know how to approach the subject with t
Most parents would never dream of ever handing over the future financial security and child-rearing decisions affecting their children to a stranger. Yet, so many do just that when they go through the traditional divorce process. It was never their intention to put these decisions in
Collaborative divorce is a new alternative to the traditional divorce litigation process that allows couples to reach a mutually acceptable resolution of all of the issues without going to court. With the help of the collaborative team, the couple works together to find creative solut
No one wants their dirty laundry aired before the public. We have all seen what can happen when the details of divorce can become public information. In this recent episode of New Jersey Divorce Talk Radio, Anna-Maria Pitella, Esq. and John Caroli are talking about how to protect your
In a recent podcast titled The Spouse and the House and Dealing with Debt During Divorce, New Jersey attorneys and financial and real estate professionals discuss dealing with real estate during your divorce.
At the Law Office of Linda L Piff, LLC. we practice collaborative law and mediation which helps divorcing or separating couples reach amicable solutions without court interventions. We know how difficult divorce can be from a emotional, financial and legal perspective. We are committed to guiding you through the process in the most amicable and cost effective way possible. Divorce will always remain a significant life event. Our goal is to guide couples and families to a compassionate ending and a healthy new beginning involving other team members, if needed.