A court ethics committee has warned New Jersey lawyers who run divorce mediation centers that they are covered by the Rules of Professional Conduct, and the panel has found one center in violation.
Advisory Committee on Professional Ethics Opinion 711, issued Wednesday, is an ethics primer for lawyers who own or work for such centers, which have sprung up as alternatives to traditional divorce lawyering.
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