Mediation helps families resolve disagreements both simple and complex that often surround the family unit.


Common family issues that may benefit from Mediation

Common family issues that may benefit from mediation include, parenting schedules, grandparent visitation, child support, alimony, property division, pet joint custody, marriage*, elder care, the family’s budget, distribution of inherited property, family business succession, and other family matters.   

How does Mediation work?

In a confidential setting, the mediator helps each party to communicate what is important to him or her and to hear what is important to the other party. With help from the mediator, the parties:

  • identify issues that need to be resolved
  • prioritize issues and focus on one at a time – (allowing the situation to not seem so overwhelming or helpless)
  • discuss possible solutions
  • come to an agreement that both sides agree to and feel comfortable signing

We are here to help you and your family work through conflict constructively and find ways to improve communication, solve problems, and reach agreements on legal and non-legal issues.

Litigation destroys relationships!

People who define their solutions are generally happier with the results

Mediation Fees


$140 per hour. 2 hour minimum.
Note: After Mediation begins, the Mediator may separate parties to allow 1:1 conversation without both parties present, but assumes that the mediation can begin with both parties present in the same room.

Mediation - Shuttle (2 rooms needed)

$200 per hour (normally split between each party)
This assumes that at no time can the parties be in the same room.