How much does divorce mediation cost? I am efficient in helping parties come to agreement, but I realize that the fees can still be expensive. I offer sliding scale flat fees* for divorce mediation, which I can do remotely for Boston, Worcester and all Massachusetts counties via Zoom. You can use the “Calculate Your Flat Fee” calculator below to see your flat fee instantly.
|Household Income $100K-$200K*||Household Income $50k-$100K*||Household Income under $50K*|
|Couple has house and children under 23||$3200||$2500||$1900|
|Couple has children under 23 but no house||$2700||$2100||$1600|
|Couple has house but no children under 23||$2400||$1900||$1500|
|No house and no children under 23||$1900||$1500||$900|
*These flat fee prices include up to 5 hours of face-to-face meetings (4 hours for “no house and no children”).
*Add $500 for couples with gross income from 200k-300k; $1500 for couples with gross income from $300k-$400k; $2500 for couples with gross income from $400k-$500k, etc.; add $250 for each real estate property beyond the first one; add $250 if you file Schedule C or Schedule E; add $250 for owning a business worth over $75k; add $250 for each financial instrument such as stock options; add $250 for being the beneficiary of a trust; add $250 for each $250k of assets above and beyond houses and retirement accounts; add $500 if you have an active 1B (“contested divorce”) filed
Please don’t hesitate to contact me with questions about the cost of divorce mediation or about the divorce mediation process.