Bergen County Divorce Lawyer Discusses the Difference Between a Mediator and an Arbitrator

As an experienced New Jersey Divorce Lawyer, clients always ask me the difference between a mediator and an arbitrator. A mediator is a neutral third person. It could be an attorney, it could be a forensic accountant, it could be a psychologist, it could be a religious leader who helps the parties narrow down the issues between them. The mediator’s only agenda in a case is to get a settlement. They are not allowed to give you legal advice, which is why it is very important that you also have an attorney in your corner to guide you as to the legal aspects of your matter.

Attorney Carrie Schultz Discusses What Is The Difference Between Mediator Vs Arbitrator

Are you about to go through a divorce and want to know more about the differences between a mediator and an arbitrator?  If so, contact the experienced Bergen County Divorce Lawyer Carrie Schultz. This educational blog was brought to you by Carrie Schultz, an experienced Bergen County Divorce Lawyer.

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