Dealing with child support and parenting time can be financially stressful. To reduce that stress, we offer our clients flat fee packages. Flat fees prevent the attorney/mediator from unnecessarily “working the file” to earn the fee and it encourages the attorney/mediator to work productively for you. Clients are also more likely to settle within the package’s allotted mediation time because clients know that if they need additional mediation time… they are paying extra for it.

Mandatory Parenting Time Package

(This package is intended for couples who have already filed at court)
Hourly Price
1 mediation sessions (up to 2 hours)$800
Client email, phone calls, messages (up to 1 hour total)$400
Drafting parenting plan$400
2 revisions/edits of the parenting plan$400
Signing and finalizing process$100
Hourly price total
$2,100
Package Price*

$1,050

(or $525 each)

Child Support

(This is a child support calculation without mediation package)
Hourly Price
Child Support Calculation (up to 3)$400
Client email, phone calls, messages (up to 1 hour total)$400
Drafting documents$800
2 revisions/edits on each document$600
Signing and finalizing process$267
Hourly price total
$2,467
Package Price

$700

(or $350 each)

Parenting Time and Child Support

(This is a parenting time and/or child support with mediation package)
Hourly Price
1 mediation session (up to 2 hours)$800
Child support calculation (up to 3)$400
Client email, phone calls, messages (up to 1 hour total)$400
Drafting documents$800
2 revisions/edits on each document$600
Signing and finalizing process$267
Hourly price total
$3,267
Package Price

$2,000

(or $1,000 each)

  • * Limited to Oregon
  • * Mediation Northwest determines the package level offered for each parties’ situation
  • * Mediation Northwest reserves the right to accept or reject cases

Our money-back guarantee: If you are not fully satisfied within the first 30 minutes of our initial meeting, you won’t be charged a penny.

Divorce Mediation in Oregon (2nd Edition) is the perfect guide for anyone facing a divorce and the roller-coaster “year of chaos” that follows.

In Divorce Mediation in Oregon (2nd Edition), you’ll be shown step-by-step methods for valuing and dividing of assets/liabilities, tips on retirement accounts, how to handle child and spousal support, and suggestions for custody and parenting time schedules for children. Julie’s direct approach is a quick read that tells you what you need to know to take care of yourself and your family in this difficult time.

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