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Verona, NJ 07044
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Joseph C. Noto, a Bergen County collaborative law divorce attorney, was happy to announce that the Governor signed into law the New Jersey Family Collaborative Law Act, which is to be effective in early December of this year. This now is an other State approved alternative dipute resolution process which the parties may choose in addition to mediation before the parties go into litigation. Joseph Noto says to go to his website www.jnotoesq.com to learn more about the collaborative divorce process. If you are a candidate for this collaborative divorce process this is the way to go. As a rule you save over 35% compared to the litigation process and it is faster, in the best interest of the family and you can do it without going to court.
Great News!! Joseph Noto, a Bergen County divorce lawyer who is on the New Jersey Council of Collaborative Practice Groups’ legislative committee, says that the NJ Senate and House of representives have voted unamlously to support the New Jersey Family Collaborative Law bill and it is on the Governor’s desk for approval. We should know within 45 days if he will sign the bill. Joseph Noto, a collaborative divorce attorney, says that this Bill when passed will give the spouses of New Jersey a state endorsed alternative dispute resolution process before going to court to get divorced. This collaborative divorce process can only be done with collaboratively trained professionals such as Joseph Noto. He looks forward to the bill being passed.
Joseph Noto, a collaborative divorce lawyer and a member of the Legislative Committee of the NJ Council of Collaborative Practice Law Groups, states that on Thursday, June 5, 2014, the NJ Senate Budget and Appropriation Committee at its hearing Unaimously voted to release S-1224 NJ Family Collaborative Law Act Bill to the NJ Senate. Joseph Noto says this is really a big event in moving the Bill along and the Legislative Committee, along with the various group members and its’ lobbyist, Valerie Brown, worked very hard to get it to this point. On June 12, 2014 the NJ Assembly Judiciary Committee will be hearing this bill and hopefully this can also get passed by it to be released to the Assembly. Joseph Noto said he will keep his blog viewers posted.
Collaborative divorce attorney Joseph C. Noto with an office in Bergen County, is on the NJ Council of Collaborative Practice Groups, as well as on the Council’s Legislative Committee to help get a bill passed regarding the NJ Family Collaborative Law Act. Mr. Noto is very pleased with the current developments regarding the Bill since Mr. Noto says when the Bill becomes an Act it will have great significance to the public because it is a much better way to get divorced. The Counsil’s Legislative Committee has worked very hard in getting the Bill passed and has met with many NJ house and senate representatives to get co-sponsors for the bill. Many of them have expressed real support of the Bill and have said they would co-sponsor it when the time comes for a vote. Joseph Noto says he will keep his viewers apprised of further developments as they occur.
Joseph Noto, Sharon Clancy, Pamela Zamara, (all collaborative divorce lawyers), and the New Jersey Council of Collaborative Practice Groups’ lobbyist, Valerie Brown, met with Republican Assemblywoman, Holly Schepisi, to discuss the proposed bill regarding the New Jersey Family Collaborative Law … Continue reading
Joseph C. Noto , a Bergen County collaborative divorce lawyer, wishes his blog followers to know about what is currently happening regarding the status of obtaining the NJ Family Collaborative Law Act. There was a COLLABORATIVE APPROACH regarding this matter by … Continue reading