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Child Related Mediation

WE MAKE IT QUICK AND INEXPENSIVE FOR YOU TO CHANGE CHILD SUPPORT, CUSTODY, TIME-SHARING, AND ANY OTHER CHILD-RELATED MATTERS — IN 3 EASY STEPS — ALL FOR $395 (PLUS COURT FEE):

  1. Send us all the information we need to prepare your initial set of Court documents by completing our simplified Information Form and Fee Agreement (or by downloading it Here as a PDF form), so that we have the authority needed to handle your matter accurately and quickly – with neither of you ever having to go to Court!
  2. We email our easy to use Questionnaire that guides you and your ex-spouse through all of the legal, financial, and other matters that pertain to your minor child(ren).
  3. We prepare all of the Court Documents that pertain to your situation – so that you and your ex-spouse have the peace of mind of knowing that everything has been covered!

 

Flat Fee Child Modification Program with As-Needed Mediation

Flat Fee: $395; 1st Installment: $195 2nd Installment: $200; Flat Fee cost does not include filing fee

This Program includes modifications to Monthly Child Support Payments and preparation of all accompanying paperwork required by the court.

 

Flat Fee Child Modification PLUS Program with As-Needed Mediation

Flat Fee: $495; 1st Installment: $295 2nd Installment: $200; Flat Fee cost does not include filing fee

This Program includes modifications to Monthly Child Support Payments, Custody (Legal Decision Making), Time-Sharing, and any other child related matters; along with preparation of all accompanying paperwork required by the court.

 

Optional: As-Needed Mediation:
If when completing our Questionnaire you have special questions or concerns, desire particular legal, financial, and tax information, or want to learn about different alternatives for resolving any disagreements, we will arrange a teleconference or in-person meeting with one of our professional Mediators on an hourly basis — and you only pay for the time spent! If you need to meet with a mediator in-person, we have many convenient locations in or nearby the following Arizona cities: Phoenix, Tucson, Scottsdale, Glendale, Chandler, Ahwatukee, Gilbert, Peoria, Goodyear, Anthem, and Casa Grande.

We also offer paternity mediation across the phoenix valley.

FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS

WHAT IS OUR CHILD SUPPORT, CUSTODY & PARENTING MATTERS PROGRAM?
It’s a quick, easy and inexpensive way to change the amount of child support being paid and settle any other child-related disagreements. You won’t have to hassle with the Court or worry that you overlooked any important legal or financial matters.

WHO WOULD BENEFIT FROM THIS PROGRAM?
Any divorced parent with minor children who wants to avoid the tremendous time and expense involved in dealing with lawyers and the Courts.

WHAT DOES THE MEDIATOR DO?
Unlike other mediation firms, all of the Mediators at Out-of-Court Solutions have backgrounds in law and psychology –which equips them with the expertize needed to help parents make informed decisions concerning child support, parenting and any other co-parenting matter.

WHAT IF WE HAVE PARTICULAR QUESTIONS OR NEED ADDITIONAL LEGAL INFORMATION?
We will arrange for you to teleconference or meet with one of our mediators – and you will only pay for the time spent!

HOW LONG DOES IT TAKE TO COMPLETE EVERYTHING?
Usually less than 30 days.

WHAT IF I NEED TO CHANGE THE PARENTING PLAN OR CHILD SUPPORT AGREEMENT?
Anything you decide during mediation about your children is always what the courts call modifiable, meaning that it is always changeable based on a material change of circumstances. In other words, nothing is permanent when it comes to the decisions made about children. After all, as children grow older their needs change. So nothing decided during mediation is written in stone.

To modify your Parenting Plan or Child Support Agreement, the court would want to know what circumstances have changed. For example, the children’s age is certainly a circumstance that a court would consider in determining what’s in their best interests. However, most of the settlement agreements we prepare include a provision for handling future conflicts, called a Future Conflict Resolution Process:

A. Should any disagreement arise concerning either compliance by ___ or ___ with this Agreement, or should any dispute arise concerning an alleged breach of this Agreement, ___ and ___ agree to the following Dispute Resolution Procedure:

STEP ONE. The parties shall first attempt to meet face-to-face to resolve the matter in good faith, after first having set forth in writing to each other the details of their disagreement, dispute, or proposed amendment.
STEP TWO. Should the parties be unable to reach agreement after such face-to-face meeting, they agree to consult such experts as may provide information that may help them in their decision, such as family counselors or financial consultants.
STEP THREE. If the parties are still unable to reach agreement, they agree to seek the assistance of a professional mediator, and attempt in good faith thereby to reach agreement.

A. ___ and ___ agree that all decisions reached through this procedure shall be committed to writing, signed, notarized and dated by both of them, and shall become thereafter binding on them to the same extent as the provisions of this original Agreement.

B. ___ and ___ agree that they shall not file any court action concerning such dispute, alleged breach or proposed amendment until they have first made a reasonable effort to follow the aforementioned dispute resolution procedure. The person violating this provision shall be liable for the responding person’s legal fees and costs.

HOW DO I GET OTHER QUESTIONS ANSWERED?

Arrange for a Free Consultation by calling (602) 357-8350 | (520) 829-5077
Contact us by email at admin@outofcourtsolutions.com.

Or fill out the “Contact Us” form below.