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    (520) 322-9003

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    Monday – Thursday 9:00 am – 5:00 pm
    Friday – 9:00 am – 12:00 pm

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Frequently Asked Questions

My hourly rate is $300. In a divorce mediation where all issues are at play - custody, division of assets/liabilities, and support - the typical cost is approximately $3500-$4500 for my services. This includes mediating your case, preparing and filing your dissolution paperwork and seeing your case through the final hearing. Please note, this is only an estimate.  Many factors, including the complexity of the issues and the participation of the clients, influence how much time is required to work through the issues.  My promise to you is that I will be extremely efficient in our work together and there will be no surprise costs.

Yes. I require an $1500 retainer at the outset of the mediation process.

Yes. All meditations are conducted by videoconference.  This has actually been a great benefit to my clients as they can participate from the comfort of their home or other space.  Technology allows me to share documents, meet separately with either party and be just as efficient as I am for in-person meetings.  I am available for in person mediation upon request.

Yes. I have a network of referrals including attorneys and CPAs. I am happy to refer you as necessary.

No. But you certainly can consult with a lawyer at any point during our work together. 

Yes. I am happy to convene by telephone or by Zoom videoconference for a consult to discuss whether mediation is the right fit for your situation.  In this consultation, I will explain the divorce mediation process and seek to understand more about your dynamics and interactions as a couple. Further, I am willing to discuss the mediation process with each member of the couple at no charge.  JGK Mediation will never charge potential clients for a conversation to discuss if mediation is the right choice for them.

Through The Law Office of Jessica G. King, LLC, I draft and file paperwork to process the dissolution of your marriage.  Sometimes, families have reached agreement on the majority of the terms of their divorce.  In that case, I will represent one of the spouses (the other spouse may or may not hire a lawyer) to help negotiate the few remaining issues. I will then prepare and file paperwork to finalize the dissolution - again, while representing only one of the spouses.  This approach is very affordable and economical.

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