Asset and Debt Distribution in Divorce Mediation

At Berger, Fischoff, Shumer, Wexler & Goodman, LLP, we fully understand that not every divorce mediation case can be handled the same way. We recognize the nuances and specificity needed for each couple and their family which may be different from another family/couple. Steven E. Shumer, Esq., and his more than twenty five years of divorce and divorce mediation experience, handling low asset to high asset cases, allows us at Berger, Fischoff, Shumer, Wexler & Goodman, LLP, the ability to guide couples through the divorce mediation process to an amicable resolution of their financial issues without the need for conflict, high cost or court intervention with the goal of an amicable resolution mutually beneficial to all involved.

At Berger, Fischoff, Shumer, Wexler & Goodman, LLP, as needed, we work alongside economists and other financial professionals to value assets and businesses as well as tax professionals to provide the details of the tax effects of any strategy or settlement.

We realize that any divorce mediation, whether the highest of asset cases or the most minimal, is about obtaining for you and your spouse, the fairest resolution through open and peaceful discussion. At Berger, Fischoff, Shumer, Wexler & Goodman, LLP, through the divorce mediation process, we place a priority on minimizing conflict and legal fees whenever possible. By minimizing conflict and confrontation during the divorce mediation process, we hope that the relationship between you and your spouse can remain civil, now and in the future. In doing so we feel that we best serve our clients’ interests, not only today but for years to come.

The confusing nature of asset and debt distribution can often be simplified by Steven E. Shumer through the divorce mediation process. Our attorneys can offer you the proper guidance and advice needed to reach an amicable mediation settlement.

Please contact the Divorce Mediation team at Berger, Fischoff, Shumer, Wexler & Goodman, LLP at 1-800-806-1136 for a Free Consultation to discuss your financial rights in the context of Divorce Mediation.