Divorce WITHOUT CHILDREN

$1050 per person


  • Preparation of financial evaluation.
  • One two-hour mediation session.
  • Preparation of divorce documents.
  • Final document review session.


This package is appropriate for couples that have average financials and have little to no disagreement regarding how they will divide their assets and debts.


*Sliding scale available based on income. 

Divorce WITH CHILDREN

$1250 per person


  • Preparation of financial evaluation.
  • Two two-hour mediation sessions.
  • Preparation of divorce documents.
  • Final document review session.


This package is appropriate for couples that have average financials and have some disagreement regarding how they will divide their assets and debts and/or some disagreement regarding parenting time and decision-making responsibility for their children.


*Sliding scale available based on income. 

Divorce With Children with special needs

$1450 per person

  • Preparation of financial evaluation.
  • Two two-hour mediation sessions.
  • A one hour child education mediation in addition to help parents plan for the special needs of their child/children's education and academic plans. 
  • Preparation of divorce documents.
  • Final document review session.


This package is appropriate for couples that have average financials and have some disagreement regarding how they will divide their assets and debts and/or some disagreement regarding parenting time and decision-making responsibility for their children and any special needs their children may have.



*Sliding scale available based on income. 

Parent-child mediation

$150 per hour session

Parent-child mediation is designed to resolve or manage family disputes and improve family functioning. Mediation is a voluntary method of dispute resolution in which a neutral third party assists individuals who are in conflict with each other in settling. The specific prevention goals of parent-child mediation are to enhance family functioning, keep the family intact, and improve youth outcomes. A major distinction between parent-child mediation and other youth mediation programs is that the focus is on resolving or managing specific family disputes and fostering greater parent-child communication.  Parent-child mediation provides tools to negotiate for the family so they are able to resolve future disputes.  Typically mediation sessions are scheduled over a small number of sessions. These programs encourage structured negotiations about concrete issues of family life and help family members work towards a specific agreement for resolving or managing the issues that all parties feel is fair and realistic. 


The mediation process is based on the premise that compliance with these agreements of daily living increases trust between the parent and child, and facilitates communication and negotiation on larger issues in the future setting a good foundation for communication and problem-solving in the future. 


In general, mediation is intended to have lasting positive effects on individual participants by improving their skills, knowledge, and dispositions. In the case of parent-child mediation, the goal is to produce fundamental changes in family dynamics and provide family members with concrete skills that can have a sustained positive effect on family functioning and youth problem behavior over time. Parent-child mediation is not a form of counseling, therapy, or a replacement for mental health treatment. Mediation creates a neutral and trusting environment where all parties are equal participants is fundamental to the mediation process. 


 Mediators are trained to be non-judgmental and non-confrontational, and to follow general  principals of expressing empathy (e.g., acceptance facilitates change), rolling with resistance (e.g., avoid arguing), and supporting self-efficacy (e.g., encourage a person’s belief in the possibility of change)  Further, parent-child mediators are trained to be sensitive to perceived power imbalances between parents and youth, to be flexible in terms of meeting the parties where they are, and to build trust and maintain confidentiality throughout the process or problem solving. 


  • One hour session done with one or both parents focusing on a specific family issue. 
  • Agreements verbal or written as the family sees fit. 

Child Support Mediation

$1100 Flat Rate

  • Preparation of financial evaluation.
  • One two-hour mediation session.
  • Preparation of Child Support Orders
  • Final document review session.

This package is appropriate for couples who have an active parenting plan and need to review and mediate the child support orders.

*Sliding scale available based on income. The fee is split proportionate to income.