Post-Divorce Mediation

Things change. And when they do, your divorce agreement might need to change, too!

post-judgement mediation.pngIt’s been some time since your divorce was finalized, and circumstances – financial or otherwise, may have changed for you or your ex. You want to modify your divorce agreement, but you don’t want to have to go back to court and spend a fortune or years of your life fighting things out.

Mediation provides the perfect forum for your post-divorce issues and disputes…without having to go back to court or involve lawyers.

  • Modification of Child Custody, Parenting Plans and Timesharing Arrangements;
  • Modification of Child Support and redistributing ordinary and extraordinary expenses;
  • Modification of Alimony / Spousal Support / Maintenance.

No matter what the circumstances, mediation is the best way for you and your ex-spouse to discuss, modify, negotiate and resolve your post-divorce issues in a peaceful, cost-effective and solutions-oriented environment.

What you need to know about our Post-Divorce Mediation Services:

As mediation is a voluntary process, it is important to note that both you and your ex-spouse must both be willing to use mediation to work through your differences. If one of you wants to mediate but one of you doesn't, mediation will simply not be a viable option.

Private vs. Court-Ordered Mediation:

private vs court-ordered post-divorce mediation.pngWe are a private divorce mediation firm and do not perform any court-ordered mediation.

This means:

  • If either you or your ex-spouse have already filed a motion with the courts in your vicinage; and
  • The courts have mandated you go to mediation before they’ll hear your case, we cannot assist you.

If, however, you and your ex-spouse have not yet filed with the court and would like to avoid a contentious and expensive legal battle over your post-judgment issue, you’ve come to the right place!



post-judgement mediation costs.pngTypically, post-judgment mediation takes approximately four to six (4-6) hours to complete.

This consists of:

  • A single, two to three hour session provided the parties are cooperative; and
  • An hour for document review; and
  • An hour or two for drafting, review and modification.

Keep in mind that this will vary depending on complexity and cooperation level by the parties.

Post-judgment mediation is billed at $180 per person / per hour.

How to Get Started with Post-Divorce Mediation:

If you and your ex-spouse would like to begin working with us, we would ask each of you to take the following two steps:

Step 1: Complete our Intake Form.

It will take you less than 10 minutes to complete the intake form and the information you provide will not be shared with anyone outside of our office. This is our way of beginning to learn more about your situation including a high level overview of the issue(s) you'd like to revisit.


Step 2: Sign our Post-Divorce Agreement to Mediate and Fill out our Payment Authorization Form.

Immediately after you submit the completed Intake Form, you will be re-directed to a page where you can read and securely sign our Agreement to Mediate as well as fill out our Payment Authorization Form.

Note: Your credit card will not be charged until after your mediation session(s) take place.


Once we receive the above items from both of you, we'll reach out to compare calendars and schedule your mediation session which will take place virtually via telephone and very easy to use online meeting software.

Mediation sessions take place weekdays during normal business hours (9am-5pm).


Email this page to your ex-spouse.

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