Mediation / Alternative Dispute Resolution Services / Parent Coordination / Elder-Care Coordination

Mediation is a cooperative problem solving process in which a neutral professional helps people in conflict clearly define the issues in dispute and to reach agreements that are in the best interests of the family. Click here for answers to frequently asked questions about our services.

  • Divorce & child custody mediation – Divorce & Child Custody Mediation is a positive opportunity for families to develop a parenting plan and resolve issues of divorce in a collaborative, supportive and knowledgeable environment.
  • Employee Dispute Mediation – Sometimes simply letting employees’ air out their differences or issues with a neutral third party can make a significant positive impact in the workplace. Our mediators can come to your place of business to assist with any of your employee mediation needs.
  • Parenting Coordination – Parenting Coordination can take place via agreement of both parties or under court order. Parenting Coordination is an opportunity for parents to work together in the creation of a parenting plan that is unique to their own schedules and the unique needs of their children.

Parents are encouraged to communicate with each other and to respect the needs of their children. Parenting Coordination reduces conflict and can be a valuable tool to ensure the welfare of the children involved.

Parenting Coordination services are billed $125 per hour, 2 hour minimum 1st meeting. Our parenting coordinators are certified/licensed therapists with BOST (basic mediation training) and the 20 additional child access mediation trainings.


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