After observing hundreds of people in litigation and mediation, mediation is the better way to problem-solve. It’s my vocation to help people resolve conflict through peaceful and inexpensive means and to help the entire family, including the children.
Bridgewater, NJ (PRWEB) March 21, 2014
Well-known as both a mediation professional with considerable experience and knowledge in the family law and divorce, as well as a dedicated mentor and educator, Joan Geiger enjoys the respect of her colleagues as well as her clients. With more than twenty years of experience at all levels of her profession, Geiger recently announced her membership in Mediation.com as part of a campaign to raise her online profile.
“People need to participate in a peaceful and inexpensive process to reach agreements,” said Joan. “This is especially true in divorce matters where there are children. After observing hundreds of people in both litigation and mediation, mediation is the better way to problem solve. It is my vocation to help people resolve conflict through peaceful and inexpensive means and to help the entire family, including the children.”
Joan’s award winning practice focuses primarily on family law, particularly divorce. She handles matters involving child custody and support, co-parenting, pre-nuptial agreements, wills, trusts and probate, and same-sex divorce. An Accredited Member of the New Jersey Association of Professional Mediators, she has served as a Court Appointed Mediator for the Custody/Timesharing, Economic, and Probate Mediation Programs. She has received many accolades throughout her career including being named as one of the top mediators in New Jersey in family law and divorce, and LinkedIn’s top 1% most endorsed mediators in the U.S.
Because of her extensive experience and training, Joan often presents at professional associations such as the New Jersey Association of Professional Mediators, the New Jersey Institute of Continuing Legal Education, and the Somerset County Bar Association. She is an enthusiastic mentor and is also frequently invited to lecture at Rutgers University Law School. A graduate of Seton School of Law, she received her mediation training at the Institute for Dispute Resolution at Seton Hall School of Law.