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Why Ben Affleck and Jennifer Garner May Have Chosen Divorce Mediation

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In this episode divorce attorneys Robert E. Goldstein, Esq. and C. Catherine Jannarone, Esq. discuss divorce mediation and why Ben Affleck and Jennifer Garner may have chosen to mediate.

Our guests today discussing Why Ben Affleck and Jennifer Garner May Have Chosen Divorce Mediation are


C. Catherine Jannarone, Esq.

C. Catherine Jannarone, Esq. is a New Jersey attorney with over 30 years experience who has devoted a substantial portion of her practice to family law, including collaborative divorce and mediation as well as litigation. She is also a former judge.

“I strongly believe that divorces settled through the collaborative process lend themselves to faster, more economical and better resolutions, in sharp contrast to the lengthy, costly, and adversarial litigation system. Rejecting the uncertainty of putting the fate of their families and futures in the hands of others, the divorcing couple instead choose to work with the collaborative team to reach the best outcomes for themselves and their children, which they craft themselves.” – C. Catherine Jannarone, Esq.

Contact Information

Address: 30 Freneau Avenue Suite 1 B, Matawan, NJ 07747
Phone: 732-566-9101
Email: CCJ@CJannaroneLaw.com
Website: http://www.jannaronenjlawyer.com/


Robert E. Goldstein, Esq.

Robert E. Goldstein, Esq. is a divorce attorney in New Jersey with over 39 years experience handling all types of family law matters including divorce, child support, alimony, equitable distribution of property, child custody and visitation, pension distribution, analyzing the tax consequences of proposed marital settlements, mediation and arbitration of matrimonial cases, domestic violence trials and enforcement of matrimonial settlement agreements, to name but a few.

He has received the accolade of being selected as the 2014 Professional Lawyer of the Year by the Middlesex County Bar Association and the New Jersey Commission on Professionalism. He is a charter member of the Middlesex County Matrimonial Early Settlement Panel. I have spoken on a variety of family law related topics at legal education programs. He has also been named as a New Jersey “Super Lawyer” in the family law field for 6 consecutive years from 2010 through 2015.

Contact Information

Address: 610 Bridge Plaza Drive,Manalapan, NJ 07726
Phone: (732) 972-1600
Email: rgoldstein@drescher-cheslow.com
Website: http://mydivorcelawyernj.com/


  • What is divorce mediation.
  • Why Ben Affleck and Jennifer Garner may have chosen to mediate.
  • How mediation protects privacy and children..

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C. Catherine Jannarone, Esq.
30 Freneau Avenue Suite 1 B
Matawan, NJ 07747
Phone: 732-566-9101

Robert E. Goldstein, Esq.
610 Bridge Plaza Drive
Manalapan, NJ 07726
Phone: (732) 972-1600


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