It’s been some time since you mediated your divorce with us, 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.
First, mediation is a voluntary process.
That means 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.
And second, you must be former clients of Equitable Mediation.
If you did not originally mediate your divorce with us, we will be unable to assist you with your post-divorce matter.
Typically, post-judgment mediation takes approximately four to six (4-5) hours to complete.
This consists of:
Keep in mind that this will vary depending on complexity and cooperation level by the parties.
Post-judgment mediation is billed at $190 per person / per hour.
If you and your ex-spouse would like to begin working with us, we would ask you to complete the Intake Form below.
The information you provide will not be shared with anyone outside of our office. This is our way of beginning to learn at a high level, an overview of the issue(s) you'd like to revisit.
Once both of you have signed the Hourly Agreement to Mediate, we'll be in touch to let you know what information we need from each of you and/or some prospective dates/times to schedule your session.
Mediation sessions take place via phone and our easy-to-use online meeting software. Sessions are held weekdays during normal business hours. Some evening appointments are available if you live on the east coast or in the mid-west.