Divorce Mediation Services in New Jersey

Specializing in Mediation, Uncontested Divorce & Collaborative Divorce Services in NJ

Separation and divorce don’t have to be the painful and disruptive events that many individuals and families experience. Divorce mediation can be the silver lining around the clouds that seem to be gathering.

Divorce mediation can assist in developing the communication and collaboration skills required to minimize tension and conflict. Many times a long, adversarial and costly divorce can be avoided through divorce mediation or the uncontested divorce process. Couples can be empowered to reach a settlement that meets both their needs. This will save couples in NJ valuable time and resources. TLC Mediation was created to gently guide couples through the divorce process throughout New Jersey. We have two offices conveniently located in Red Bank, NJ and Wyckoff, NJ to serve you.

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Jann Catto, MSW, CDFA, Founder & President


Message from President, Jann Catto, MSW, CDFA

Separation and divorce are never fun experiences, but much pain and suffering can be avoided if individuals and families are willing avoid the traditional court process. The Divorce mediation process can actually be the first step in the healing process and help close wounds that have been opened through communication and understanding.

TLC Mediation guides couples through this process and opens lines of communication to find productive ways to dissolve marriage unions without the traditional divorce chaos and aggrevation. We will provide the professional advice, financial guidance, and support you need to move forward with your life. Together, we will find solutions that are best for you and your family, and craft a creative, equitable, and meaningful agreement.

Find out if mediation is right for you and your family. Contact us for a consultation to discuss the mediation process in detail and answer any questions you may have.

Frequently asked questions about Divorce Mediation

Why should I use Divorce Mediation instead of a litigated divorce?
Divorce mediation is a cooperative process that addresses the specific concerns and needs of each individual and their children. Both parties have total control over the outcome and understand the implications of the agreement they sign. As a result, divorce mediation saves time, reduces unwanted emotional turmoil for all members of the family, and is considerably more cost effective.
How much does Divorce Mediation cost?
Divorce mediation costs less than traditional litigation. Mediators typically charge an hourly fee and do not require a retainer.
How long does a divorce take using the Divorce Mediation process?
Typically, divorces using mediation take 2 to 3 months or less, while traditional divorces can take a year or longer to finalize.

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What Our Clients Are Saying

“TLC Mediation should be your first stop before retaining a divorce lawyer. Jann’s professionalism and real-world advice are truly invaluable. She is extremely responsive, attentive, and handles each unique case efficiently and effectively.

In addition to be being a fantastic listener, she is above all, friendly, and honest. She will go through the whole process of mediation and likely outcomes with you during your consultation. Jann is very thorough and gives you realistic possibilities, not encouraging you pursue litigation if it isn’t likely to benefit you. I highly recommend her service. TLC Mediation is beyond exceptional.”

Jillian W.

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