How Mediation Works

Mediation is an affordable option for couples interested in an uncontested divorce.

The cost of mediation is most commonly $1,000 to $1,800 in total if both parties can come to an agreement in one mediation session. This includes an attorney present on your day in court to assure acceptance by your judge. Our law office will prepare all of the required paperwork and file on your behalf. Read below for the steps involved in a mediation divorce.

Step 1. Free Consultation

We will have a free 30 minute consultation over the phone to assure your situation is suitable for mediation.

Step 2. Intake

The mediator attorney will schedule a time to collect all of your necessary information and determine any professionals that are required to facilitate your separation. This generally takes about 30 minutes.

Step 3. Mediation

We will schedule and appear for your mediation at any location you prefer. We will work with you and your partner to create a divorce settlement that works for the both of you. Mediation generally takes 1 to 2 days.

Step 4. Draft and Submit Divorce Agreement

The mediator attorney will draft and finalizes the agreement for you and your partner and submit it to your county court. This generally takes 3-4 hours.

Step 5. Court Appearance

In the event a court appearance is required, our attorney will appear on your behalf and address any issues raised by the judge. The time will vary based on your county court. Generally it will require 2- 4 hours.

Step 6. Divorce Decree

Our office will provide a copy of your divorce decree, if requested. At this point your divorce will be legal and binding.


An overview of pricing for uncontested divorce / mediation services
$ 1,000 TOTAL
All services for an uncontested divorce agreement
$ 1,600 TOTAL
All services for an uncontested divorce agreement
  • Custody Agreement
  • Property Division
  • Retirement Division
$ 1,800 TOTAL
An unconsted divorce agreement for couples incuding:
  • Custody Agreement
  • Property Division
  • Retirement Division
  • Alimony Agreement