A Day in the Life of a Small Firm Attorney: Family Law - To Mediate or Not

Posted on 03-18-2015 by
Tags: Family Law , Trending News & Topics , webinar

Mediation may be the current court-preferred method for resolution of family law disputes, but litigation still has staunch supporters. Practitioners can dig into the pros and cons of family law mediation and litigation with experts who work on both sides of the question every day in divorce, custody, visitation and support disputes.

In this 60-minute session, one expert who doesn’t litigate faces off with one who doesn’t mediate. The panelists will discuss how to prepare for both types of cases, discussing:

  • Similarities between the processes
  • Differences between them
  • Advantages for clients
  • Estimated costs for each
  • Outcome expectations

Date: April 16th

Time: 1:00 PM (ET)

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Speakers

  • Brad M. Micklin’s approach and experience has led him to be an award winning attorney having received numerous awards and accolades.  Brad was recently published as a “Top Lawyer in New Jersey” in 2014 in the Legal Network for having the highest ethical standards and professional excellence.  Brad was also the recipient of the Martindale Hubble “Client Distinction Award” for excellence in quality of service in 2013 and 2014.  He also received Avvo’s “Excellent Rated Attorney” for excellent professional conduct and experience three years in a row: 2012, 2013, and 2014. 

  • In 2008 Rachel Alexander, Esq. founded The Alexander Mediation Group to serve couples throughout New Jersey and New York facing separation or divorce. In 2011, Rachel became the director of The Center for Mediation Solutions in Metuchen, New Jersey and began an affiliation with The Center for Mediation & Training of New York, New York. In 2008 Rachel Alexander, Esq. founded The Alexander Mediation Group to serve couples throughout New Jersey and New York facing separation or divorce. In 2011, Rachel became the director of The Center for Mediation Solutions in Metuchen, New Jersey and began an affiliation with The Center for Mediation & Training of New York, New York. 

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