Only about two percent of all cases actually go to trial, go in front of a judge, and have a judge make a decision. Often it’s much better if you can resolve your issues through negotiations between your attorneys and between the parties than having a judge, who essentially doesn’t know you except for that day at trial, resolve your matters.
More often than not, the matter will be settled with regard to not going to trial. However, if it does go to trial, there’s certainly an extensive amount of preparation on your attorney’s end in preparing for the trial that get costly and expensive. You’re most likely better off and financially better off in resolving the case. If you have questions as to whether your matter is likely to go to trial or what your issues are, you should contact an attorney to discuss that matter.
The law firm of Mattleman, Weinroth & Miller, P.C., is composed of experienced divorce attorneys in the state of New Jersey. Please contact the office for a free initial consultation and get any questions answered.