Litigation and Alternative Dispute Resolution

Divorce and Family Law in New Jersey

Litigation and Alternative Dispute Resolution

The lawyers at Ulrichsen Rosen & Freed possess the experience, knowledge and training to help clients reach a resolution through litigation or alternative dispute resolution methods such as mediation, arbitration and collaborative law. The approach to a client’s family law needs will be determined by their individual legal situation, family dynamics and goals. The approach will be specifically tailored to a client’s needs and circumstances.

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Divorce Litigation

Litigation is not an ideal means for resolving disputes during most divorces. A protracted court battle is costly and can cause  long-lasting damage to a family’s relationships. However, not every divorce can be accomplished amicably through negotiations and mediations. If you anticipate that your divorce will inevitably result in litigation, you need an attorney with extensive litigation and courtroom experience to ensure that your interests are protected. READ MORE

Divorce Mediation

Qualified, Experienced, Mediators. Clients who are interested in mediation as a way of resolving their divorce or family law dispute will find qualified representation at Ulrichsen Rosen & Freed LLC. Our attorneys are experienced and accomplished family law practitioners with a track record of success in guiding clients through mediation and serving as independent mediators. Each partner at Ulrichsen Rosen & Freed is a qualified mediator pursuant to New Jersey Court Rule 1:40. READ MORE

Collaborative Law

Collaborative Divorce is a respectful and flexible process to resolve family disputes without going to court. With a collaborative divorce, both parties enter into a written pledge to reach an agreement out of court and commit in writing to maintain a respectful process, to solve problems jointly, and to work to preserve the integrity of the family. The parties maintain control over the solution instead of having a judge make decisions for them. Collaborative attorneys represent their clients, but in an informal and non-adversarial manner. Information is exchanged cooperatively with the assistance of attorneys and, if necessary, other appropriate collaborative professionals. Collaborative divorce allows the parties to participate directly in creating fair solutions that effect the family’s priorities. READ MORE

Experienced Family Law Attorneys

Whether clients are facing a divorce, palimony litigation, need to modify or enforce an existing child support and custody order or are involved in an adoption proceeding, the  lawyers at Ulrichsen Rosen & Freed LLC will provide experienced guidance. We provide representation that is thorough and addresses current problems, as well as reasonably foreseeable future events.

We provide representation for all family law related issues  to clients living throughout New Jersey including Mercer County, Somerset County, Hunterdon County, Middlesex County and Burlington County.

Schedule an initial consultation to learn more about how we can help you. Reach us at 609-730-3850.