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Glenn P. Milgraum, Esq., APM is an experienced trained “Divorce and Civil Mediator” and has been qualified by the States of New York and New Jersey appearing on the roster of court approved “Mediators”. He has been educated, trained and qualified to provide services as a "Civil Mediator" as well as a "Mediator for Economic Aspects of Family Law Cases" (including Domestic Violence Cases). Mr. Milgraum has earned recognition of his peers and has been awarded the elite designation of "APM" ("Accredited Professional Mediator) by the New Jersey Association of Professional Mediators ("NJAPM"). [See: Mediator Requirements and Application for Divorce/Family (njapm.org), Mediator Requirements and Application for Civil/Business].
Mr. Milgraum provides "private mediation services" as well as those mediations assigned by the Courts. Mr. Milgraum will gladly act as the mediator if both parties are willing to hire him as the third-party neutral.
Mediation uses a trained neutral third-party professional, such as Mr. Milgraum, to assist in resolving your dispute. Mediation is a convenient forum to settle “Divorce”, and other disputes, in a non-adversarial friendly fashion. Mediation reduces “conflict” and can save the parties thousands of dollars in litigation costs.
The process is confidential and cannot be used in court. The mediator does not represent either party. Mediation is performed in scheduled sessions to assist the parties in obtaining what they believe to be a “win-win” settlement for all.
The mediator will assist the parties in communicating with each other to achieve a mutual agreement. It is not the role of the Mediator to give legal advice. However, the Mediator from time-to-time might explain the law as it pertains to your matter or bring in other professionals (i.e.: financial or psychological) to assist.
Mr. Milgraum acts as a "review attorney" for mediations concluded by other mediators throughout New Jersey and New York. He comes highly recommended and tries his best not to "rock the boat" and undo the hard work of the mediator and the involved parties. However, as a "review attorney" he is obligated to inform his client as to those areas that deviate from the "norm" and areas he believes would be in the client's best interest to revisit prior to signing a "Marital Settlement Agreement" or other type of Agreement reached.
On-line, teleconference and remote mediation
available with the consent of all parties.
Note - In New York, Mediation is conducted by Mr. Milgraum under the name of "Morningstar Mediation".
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If you are in need of a qualified “mediator” you can click on "Request An Appointment" in the header or by contacting APM Glenn P. Milgraum, Esq., at 718-748-6625 or by e-mail at: Disputelaw@aol.com or at MorningstarMediation@aol.com.
If you are seeking to hire independent counsel, to protect your interests in New York or New Jersey, you can "Request An Appointment" by clicking above or by contacting APM Glenn P. Milgraum, Esq. by email at: Disputelaw@aol.com or at 973-812-8660.
We generally cover matters in the following counties:
In New Jersey: Bergen, Essex, Hudson, Hunterdon, Middlesex, Monmouth, Morris, Ocean, Passaic, Somerset, Union, and other surrounding counties.
In New York: Bronx, Kings (Brooklyn), Monroe, Nassau, New York (Manhattan), Orange, Richmond (Staten Island), Suffolk, Queens, Westchester, and other surrounding counties.
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Glenn Milgraum - Speaks About Mediation & ADR
Below is the link to Glenn Milgraum's panel presentation of "Effective Use of Mediation & Alternate Dispute Resolution" presented by Phi Alpha Delta Law Fraternity International as part of their P.A.D Speaker Series. This discussion was geared toward a national audience of law students, attorneys and other professionals who expressed an interests in knowing about Mediation and Alternative Dispute Resolutions (ADR)
P.A.D. Speaker Series: Effective Use of Mediation and Alternative Dispute Resolution - YouTube