Joseph C. Noto, a Bergen County collaborative law divorce attorney, was happy to announce that the Governor signed into law the New Jersey Family Collaborative Law Act, which is to be effective in early December of this year. This now is an other State approved alternative dipute resolution process which the parties may choose in addition to mediation before the parties go into litigation. Joseph Noto says to go to his website www.jnotoesq.com to learn more about the collaborative divorce process. If you are a candidate for this collaborative divorce process this is the way to go. As a rule you save over 35% compared to the litigation process and it is faster, in the best interest of the family and you can do it without going to court.