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Collaborative Divorce – The Team Makes It Work

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Collaborative Team

In today’s episode we are talking with Bergen County divorce attorney Joe Noto Esq. about collaborative divorce and the role of the collaborative team.

Our guests today are

Joe Noto Esq.

Joe Noto Esq.Joe Noto ESQ. is a Divorce Lawyer, Divorce Mediation Attorney and a trained Collaborative Law Attorney, serving clients in Bergen, Passaic and Essex counties in northern New Jersey.

As a Divorce Attorney, Joe Noto ESQ. has the essential background in all of the legal, financial, and emotional issues relating to divorce, and can apply it with equal skill to collaborative divorce or mediation.

Joe can also recommend other qualified, caring, committed professionals to my clients when the needs arise. His professional network includes therapists, accountants/financial advisors, real estate agents, and real estate appraisers. In addition to his collaborative law, divorce mediation, and family law practices, he is an experienced real estate attorney, working with clients on their residential and commercial real estate transactions, as well as variances and zoning applications.

Contact Joe Noto, Esq.

Phone: 201-847-0814
Email: jnotoesq@optonline.net
Website: http://jnotoesq.com

 

 

IN THIS EPISODE , YOU’LL LEARN:

  • What is collaborative divorce?
  • Why it is a better way to divorce?
  • Does the collaborative process require that you go to court?
  • The different roles of the collaborative team.
  • Does it cost more to have a collaborative team working on the case?
  • How to find a collaboratively trained attorney.

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