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Divorce Mediation:  Getting to Yes

Katherine Howes, Esq. is an experienced divorce mediator and litigator.  She is prepared to handle the issues in divorce, which can be complicated.  It is important to protect your rights as a litigant; however, the costs of going to trial to litigate every issue between divorcing spouses can easily spiral out of control.  Mediation is the solution.  Contact Howes & Howes for more information about how to mediate your divorce.

If you proceed to court, a judge will tell you that a negotiated settlement in a divorce is much more effective than having a stranger – the judge – decide your future.  Mediation helps you keep control of your life.

Katherine Howes, Esq. will help you get to that agreement as efficiently as possible, and therefore, as affordable as possible.

Make an appointment today.

Katherine Howes is a trained divorce mediator with twenty-five years’ experience in family law.  Katherine Howes is a trained divorce mediator who has helped divorcing couples in Somerset, Hunterdon, Morris, Warren, Middlesex and Essex Counties come to fair and equitable divorce settlements.

At Howes & Howes, mediation sessions happen in a confidential setting.  The process starts when the divorcing parties, or their attorneys, contact Howes & Howes to set up a mediation session.  Before coming to our office, the parties provide the information needed to for a full understanding of the family’s financial picture.

The mediation takes place over the course of one or several sessions in the office.  The number of sessions that you need will depend on the complexity of the issues in your divorce and the willingness of the parties to explore settlement.

The mediator is paid by the hour, based on a written agreement between the parties and the mediator.  Start the process by contacting Howes & Howes.


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