Your best path to a quick resolution
On average cases are resolved in a matter of weeks rather than months or even years.
Your best path to avoid a costly divorce
On average couples who Mediate spend 40% less than other couples
Best Path to reach an agreement on custody
Mental health studies show that children have less negative impact in cases where the parents mutually agree on custody and prenting time.
About the Founder
About our Practice
Betzalel Rothstein is a veteran of the communications industry with a proven track record as a successful manager, negotiator, and trainer. Betzalel is passionate about family mediation. He serves as a volunteer coach & mentor with Project Makom and with private individuals, helping individuals mitigate the conflict, trauma, and hostility that often arises in cases of divorce. This passion inspired him to train as a family mediator at The Center for Mediation and Training under the instruction of Dr. Kenneth Neumann & Steven Abel, Esq, who collectively have more than 75 years of experience in the field of family mediation. Betzalel is a proud father of a blended family of eight and lives with his wife and children in Highland Park, NJ.
The Shalom Family Mediation practice has one primary goal, and that is to help you find Shalom. Conflict between loved ones, whether a spouse, or a parent, or a child is painful, and unfortunately all too common. At Shalom Family Mediation, we believe that the healthiest path to conflict resolution does not include asserting the will or dominion of one party over another. In fact, research has shown that assertion, dominion and other similar tactics proves to be inflammatory and counterproductive. Our approach to conflict resolution, whether the conflict be over loyalty violated in a marriage, or between a parent and child, or if it is in topics related to divorce, is rooted in guiding the parties to adhere to their own principles while also recognizing the principles of the other party. We focus on replacing conflict and hostility with understanding and respect.
AREAS OF PRACTICE
“Peace is not the absence of conflict, it is the ability to handle conflict by peaceful means”