New Jersey Family Lawyer
Family Law Attorney, Mediator and Collaborative Divorce Lawyer
Divorce is hard. It is one of the most difficult situations you may go through. You need someone who will focus on YOU – what you need to get past this and on to a new life. Melissa Fecak of South Jersey Divorce Solutions understands. She will work with you to help reduce the stress and conflict that is often associated with divorce.
Making a decision of how you divorce is almost as important as making the decision to divorce. While other firms focus on litigating in the courts using adversarial tactics in hopes of getting results, Melissa uses mindful negotiation strategies and tactics to advocate for a resolution that is positive for you and your family. As a collaborative divorce attorney and family mediator, Melissa can offer you different ways for you to divorce. She works with you to determine what is the best method for you. After all, it is your divorce.
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When you realize you are headed for divorce, it can feel like you are free falling. You may either pull on the ripcord and find that your chute opens immediately, or it can feel more like a giant anvil falls out pushing you down faster.
Divorce is complicated. Marriage involves the sharing of every part of your life. Your lives become intertwined with a common circle of friends, and extended family on both sides. This labyrinth of relationships didn’t develop simply because of a piece of paper, and likewise, cannot be undone with another piece of paper. Untangling these associations, while trying to minimize the damage to these relationships can be difficult. Unfortunately, many people jump headlong into divorce without understanding the consequences of the decisions they make.
With surprisingly fresh insight, Melissa Fecak, draws from years of family law experience, and with candid personal storytelling, reveals how to minimize the damage often done by divorce litigation with the help of the right professionals.
The divorce is now final. The agreement is signed. The judge entered judgment. Now what? Once the divorce is over, there are things that need