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Thank you for taking the time to read this information regarding the services we can offer you.  We are a group of individuals dedicated to providing alternative solutions to resolving conflicts.  TRUCE takes great pride in assisting others in facilitating their own solutions in an environment that is far less stressful and costly than a courtroom.

With our divorce mediation services, we cover the following items:

Division of property
Spousal support / alimony
Retirement funds (IRA, 401k, pensions)
Stocks & bonds
Life insurance issues
Child support
Parenting plan:​
           -emergency procedures regarding children
           -child care
           -health care costs
           -communication between parents
           -religious issues
           -school issues
           -college expenses

Going through this difficult time utilizing mediation allows the parties involved to go at their own pace, while having their emotional needs recognized.  We create a non-threatening environment which encourages cooperation between the parties.  We believe this makes a profound difference with the future welfare of the parents and any children in the family.

The average cost of divorce in California is over $45,000 per side.  With
TRUCE, we charge a  flat fee of
$325 per hour of mediation ($250 per hour for office time) which includes two mediators. Most divorce mediations take between 15 – 30 hours.  TRUCE accomplishes the same thing two high-priced divorce attorneys will do, but for a fraction of the cost.  Usually, both parties split the cost of mediation.

We can meet with both parties at one time or each party individually.  Meeting with both parties at the same time is more efficient, and will have a lower overall cost to the mediation.

Should you have any questions about our services, we will be happy to discuss them further on the phone or in person.  Please do not hesitate to contact us.


Divorce Mediation Services