Additional office located at 42 Main Street in Clinton (Hunterdon County); phone (908) 303-0396 for our Clinton Office. Also providing online mediation serviceds throughout New Jersey. Practice established in 1997. NJ and NY divorce mediation with expertise in complex financial issues. Memorandum of Understanding, parenting plans, equitable distribution, alimony & child support. Certified by mediate.com. Accredited by the NJAPM. Advanced Practitioner Member of the Association for Conflict Resolution. Free half hour consultation.
Prior to establishing mediation practice, 23 years experience in the corporate world including manager with Price Waterhouse’s management consulting group, and a VP with JP Morgan. MBA from the Wharton School (WG ’83). Mediation training from the Center for Family and Divorce Mediation in NYC. Practical training thru Hudson County family court’s family mediation program. On going continuing education. Full-time ADR practitioner with offices in Hoboken and Clinton, New Jersey.
The mediation and legal communities, as well as the New Jersey courts, acknowledge Anju as one of the most experienced and competent mediators in the region. She is also active in training and mentoring mediators.
Most clients have similar issues they need to address such as the house, the pension, and college education for the children. I therefore follow the tenet that mediation can be approached in fairly structured manner so as to minimize mediation fees, maximize the productivity of sessions by keeping clients focused, and expedite a resolution before the conflict is allowed to escalate. Nevertheless, I also believe that the process should also be flexible to properly address the uniqueness of each couple’s situation such as different religious requirements, or the needs of a gifted child. I have a facilitative style with a true belief in self-determination; I also has an eye towards settlement and am glad to provide resources that can help clients move towards resolution.
We offer a free half-hour consultation so that you may decide whether mediation is appropriate for you. Alternatively, the first half-hour of the first mediation session is free. Fees are affordable and are on a pay-as-you-go basis at the end of each session, with no retainer. Payment can be made by check, money order, credit card (Visa/MC), or cash. Receipts are provided for all payments. The portion of mediation fees related to tax planning is usually deductible, if you prepare an itemized tax return. Please consult with your tax advisor for more information.