2023 Fee Schedule

2023 Fee Schedule

Here’s What You Need To Know

Mediation time will be charged at the rate $400 per hour ($200.00 per hour, per party for two party mediations) and time is computed to the next half hour. For "multiparty" mediations with three (3) parties, the rate is $150.00 per hour, per party. For mediations with four (4) or more parties the rate is $135.00 per hour, per party (the rate is capped at $135.00 per hour and shall be divided equally by all parties). "Parties" refers to the named parties to the litigation as well as any interested parties voluntarily participating in the mediation process. The mediator is entitled to compensation for all time spent on the case, including, but not limited to, preparation time, telephone conferences, attendance at the mediation conference, collection efforts (including attorney fees and costs), preparation of the parties' agreement and the Mediation Results Report to the Court.
NOTE: There is no charge for follow-up.

Two (2) parties

Three (3) parties

Four (4) or more parties

$200/hr. per party

$150/hr. per party

$135/hr. per party

Cancellation Policy

The mediator in this case has been engaged to conduct this mediation. As such, we are accepting this engagement to the exclusion of other work for the day and the time which has been reserved. Due to the difficulty of scheduling a new case when there is a cancellation, the time and expenses already incurred in scheduling and preparing of the canceled conference, and the positive effect a scheduled conference can have in settlement negotiations, the following policies have been adopted: In the event this mediation is canceled within five (5) business days of the scheduled mediation, there will be a three and one-half (3.5) hour minimum charge divided equally by all parties. Unless the parties in the case agree on who should pay the cancellation fee, all parties, through their attorneys, if any, shall be financially responsible for their share. All cancellations should be in writing or email with the agreement of all parties and counsel, if any.


Law firms and lawyers- not their clients, will be billed and are responsible for the Mediation Bill. Payment is due within ten (10) days of the date of the bill and is not conditioned on receipt of the settlement funds. Past due bills will accrue interest at the highest legal rate and will result in additional charges for time and fees spent on collection.

Pro Se parties (those not represented by attorneys) must pre-pay a $1,000.00 deposit prior to mediation.

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