Successful mediations completed.
Years of experience in mediation.
Five star reviews on Google from happy clients.
Less than using lawyers with our flexible pay as you go programs.
With their backgrounds in law and psychology plus their decades of mediation experience, our mediators will expertly and inexpensively guide you through all the financial, tax, support, and minor child related matters relevant to your situation.
Our mediation services will also save you a lot of emotional cost. With their backgrounds in law and psychology, our mediators are expert at reducing the anger, sadness and hostility common to divorce.
Couples make informed decisions about property rights, debts, custody, and support with the help of a professional mediator.
We make it easy to change child support, custody, time-sharing, and/or any other minor child-related matters– all in 3 simple Steps for only $595.
We make it easy for unmarried parents to resolve all custody, child support and other child-related Coparenting matters quickly and inexpensively.
With his expertise in law, business, psychology and mediation, Oliver is adept at resolving divorce disputes quickly, caringly and inexpensively.
Kimberlee Handy utilizes her backgrounds in law, psychology, and family development to help divorcing or legally separating clients mediate their differences and reach their goals quickly, caringly, and inexpensively. Kimberlee’s years of experience in mediation greatly enhances a mediating couple’s ability to effectively and efficiently divide property, allocate debts, develop a parenting plan for any minor children, and devise appropriate support amounts.
You will absolutely save thousands of dollars.
We facilitate quick yet fully informed settlement terms.
Our time-tested mediation method greatly reduces the stress common to divorce and legal separation.
You will get your questions answered and receive a written time and cost estimate. You will also learn how our mediation process saves substantial time and money and eliminates all confrontational court-based proceedings
Our Mediator describes our money and time saving rules and procedures that ensure mutual respect, full disclosure of all information and documents, the best interest of any minor children, and an equitable resolution of all matters.
During this Step, your Mediator will get up to speed about your situation by finding out what concerns you most, what your goals are regarding the outcomes of mediation, your educational and career backgrounds, incomes, health conditions, and all other pertinent matters. Your mediator will also request that you and/or spouse or coparent provide whatever information and documents are needed to work through all the matters involved in your situation – fairly, inexpensively, and caringly.
This Step gives you and your spouse a safe and supportive space to work with our Mediator to successfully mediate all issues involved in your matter, including how your property will be divided, your debts allocated, and all minor children, child support, and spousal maintenance matters. Most mediations without minor children typically take 4-6 hours to complete, while those with minor children typically take 6-8 hours.
With their extensive backgrounds in law, psychology, and mediation, your Mediator will help you and spouse or coparent communicate and negotiate effectively, offer different options and alternatives for resolving any disagreements, and provide legal, financial, tax, and other information – all directed towards the goal of ensuring that you and your spouse or coparent make fully informed decisions about all aspects of your matter.
This Step ensures that all decisions made in Step 4 are included in a legally-binding settlement agreement, all court documents are accurately prepared, and you and spouse never have to go to Court. Our time-tested and all-inclusive settlement agreements and court documents make sure that there are no loose ends and are approved by the Court. You and your spouse can rest assured you won’t ever have to surrender control to an attorney or a Judge.
The professionalism, organization, ability to completely explain and make aware of all the options possible were kindly delivered by Oliver. I would not look anywhere else for a better mediator
Judy BarretoFormer Client
Oliver and his staff made this difficult time in our lives so much easier. The approach to divorce was handled with concern for our emotional, as well as financial, well-being. We both came out feeling as though we were treated fairly and given sound advice for going forward.
Tracy RFormer Client
My experience using Out-of-Court-Solutions was extremely positive and I highly recommend their services to anyone facing as difficult a situation as a divorce or separation.
Jenna MarieFormer Client
Out-of-Court Solutions guided us through the difficult process of divorce. Valuable information was provided that enabled us to formulate intelligent decisions.
Sherry WrightFormer Client
Out-of-Court Solutions guided us through the difficult process of divorce. Valuable information was provided that enabled us to formulate intelligent decisions. Both our mediator and his support staff were very supportive when emotions surfaced and due to their calm and professional approach made a tough situation easier to navigate.
Sherry AlmondFormer Client
I could not have hoped for a better experience in reaching a settlement. I’m forever grateful for Oliver’s help. He’s the best!
David RogersFormer Client
Out-of-Court Solutions provided me the information I needed to make all the necessary, and sometimes difficult, decisions during my divorce. They walked me through every aspect of the divorce process and promptly answered all my phone and email inquiries. Their compassion, guidance and knowledge combined with their affordability is why I give them a 5 star recommendation. Thank you Amanda, Cassie and Tamara!
Joanne GutierrezFormer Client
The team at Out of Court Solutions made a very uncertain and stressful process super easy. The team was responsive, timely, and thorough. I was pleasantly surprised with streamlined the guidance and process was.
Rachael OhtonFormer Client
Out of Court Solutions is everything that it’s name implies-plus a lot more! They bring simple, but thorough processes to what is always a hard and emotional set of decisions. TRUE professionals ! Out of Court Solutions simplifies the divorce process and does it cost effectively.
Allen LorenziFormer Client
I’m Barry Brooks and I confess I have not worked with Oliver Ross and his team at Out of Court Solutions. But the reason I’m writing is I have had several of my friends do so and have had terrific resolutions for all parties involved. No hostility often typically found with divorce attorneys. And they feel that they saved themselves a lot of aggravation, time as well as money. Very highly recommended!
Barry BrooksFormer Client
What are my options and how do they compare?
|You maintain control||Yes||No|
|You make the final decisions||Yes||Sometimes|
|It‘s totally private and confidential||Yes||No|
|It‘s cost efficient (saves you money)||Yes||No|
|It‘s time efficient (can be done quickly)||Yes||No|
|The process guarantees safe and respecful communications and negotiations||Yes||No|
|It reduces your fear, stress & hostility||Yes||No|
|It helps you create long-lasting, practical agreements||Yes||Sometimes|
|It addresses the emotional psychological aspects of disputes.||Yes||No|
|It equalizes power and information imbalances||Yes||No|
|It has the highest post-agreement compliance rate (both parties honor their decisions)||Yes||No|
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