Joanne Nadell

Collaborative Divorce Professionals of New Jersey

125 Half Mile Road
Red Bank, New Jersey 07701
United States
Office Phone: 732-741-7776
Member since 2005
Membership Type: IACP

Profession(s)

Lawyer, Mediator

Our practice is committed to helping divorcing couples write a blueprint for a successful divorce settlement. By focusing on your family's needs and values, and not divisive litigation, clients can reach a mutually agreeable, long-lasting and economical resolution.

Area(s) of Practice: Collaborative Law, Family Law, Mediation
License(s): Juris Doctorate, State of New Jersey 1983

Professional Activities

International Association of Collaborative Professionals ~Collaborative Divorce Professionals of New Jersey ~Jersey Shore Collaborative Law Group, Past President ~New Jersey Association of Professional Mediators ~Appointed by the NJ Supreme Court as an Economic Mediator ~Member of Monmouth County Bar Association ~Member of New Jersey State Bar Association ~Former Representative to NJ Council of Collaborative Law Professionals ~Collaborative Trainer & Speaker ~Published two books: "Roadmap to a Successful Collaborative Divorce" and "The Client's Guide to a Collaborative Divorce." ~Former Bar Exam Grader for the State of New Jersey ~Cancer Community Center- Founding Supporter

Undergraduate Education

Russell Sage College, Troy, New York; Graduated Honors 1981

Professional Education

Syracuse University, College of Law, Class of 1983

Comments

The Collaborative Divorce method allows each party to have their own lawyer who is specially trained to represent their interests, guide them with legal advice, and to foster settlement alternatives that achieve every family members goals. Special emphasis is always placed on the parties' children and their ultimate well-being. Parties meet face-to-face with their counsel present, as many times as it takes, to resolve all of the spouses' conflicts and financial issues. Court intervention is the last resort and if either party heads off to court, the collaborative process and the counsel involved, must end their efforts.