There's a better way to end your marriage.
The average cost of divorce in Ohio is $15,000 per person. A high conflict divorce can cost you tens of thousands of dollars. The average time for a divorce to work through the court system is 12 to 18+ months.
Let's be real - divorce is ugly, massively inefficient, and incredibly expensive.
It doesn't have to be that way. Before you lawyer up and rush to court, consider divorce mediation. The average cost of mediation at JGK Mediation is between $3,5000-$5,000. That's total - not per person! The amount of time to mediate with JGK Mediation is typically only 8 weeks from our first session until your case is filed.
Join hundreds of other smart clients who have followed Jessica King's approach to divorce mediation. You will come out the other side with more money in your bank account and a better relationship with your ex (not to mention saving your children the trauma of a stressful, prolonged divorce case).
Read what these clients are saying about divorce mediation with Jessica.
We service the entire State of Ohio. Learn more about Jessica and contact Jessica for a no charge consultation.
All mediations are being conducted by Zoom from the comfort of clients' home or other personal space. In person mediation is available upon request.
DIVORCE and FAMILY MEDIATION
Divorce Mediation is an opportunity to avoid the risks that come with placing the fate of your family in the hands of the court. Mediation also maintains the privacy of certain aspects of your marriage and family. Most importantly, it saves you and your spouse (and your children) from the astronomical cost of litigation. By engaging Columbus based mediator and lawyer, Jessica King, the parties cut down on the time and cost associated with traditional divorce.
Jessica can help the parties resolve issues related to custody, support, division of assets and liabilities and other unique issues presented by the termination of your marriage.
Jessica can also assist with post-decree matters related to co-parenting, parenting time schedules and other family matters that arrive after a divorce or dissolution has been finalized.
Jessica King believes a successful mediation must include the following elements:
-Patience and steadfast persistence
-Thoughtful listening to the parties' concerns
-Effective and controlled communication
-Awareness and acknowledgement of common ground and/or intention
-Compassionate understanding of the parties' personalities and emotions
Jessica combines all of the above components to successfully guide clients away from the expense and disruption of litigation and toward a win-win result in settlement.
Please contact Ohio divorce mediator Jessica King to discuss mediation of your civil matter or business dispute at email@example.com to set up an initial FREE consultation.
About Jessica Goldman King
Jessica has 20 years of experience guiding her clients through litigation in state and federal courts in jurisdictions across the United States. She has extensive experience mediating cases to early resolution saving her clients hundreds of thousands of dollars in litigation expense.
Jessica's legal expertise has been recognized by numerous industry organizations. She is "AV Preeminent" rated by Martindale-Hubbell indicating her peers ranked her at the highest level of skill and professional excellence. "Columbus CEO" has repeatedly recognized Jessica as a "Top Lawyer" in its annual rankings and she has also been named a "Super Lawyer" by Ohio Super Lawyers magazine. Jessica has been repeatedly named to the "Best Lawyers in Central Ohio" list as published in Columbus Business First. Since 2018, she has been identified by U.S. News & World Report as a "Best Lawyer."
Prior to starting her own practice, Jessica litigated at Squire Patton Boggs, LLP and Vorys Sater Seymour and Pease, LLP.
Jessica is a prior member of the Board of Trustees for Franklin County Children's Services where she also chaired the Finance Committee. She previously sat on the Board of Trustees for The Childhood League Center, the Columbus Association for the Performing Arts (CAPA), and she was General Counsel to the animal rescue organization, Stop the Suffering.
In 2013, Columbus Business First recognized Jessica as "Forty Under 40" for her civic leadership and professional achievements and in 2014, the United Way of Central Ohio awarded Jessica with the "Robert S. Crane Young Philanthropist Award."
Please contact Jessica at firstname.lastname@example.org to set up your consultation.
Kenyon College, BA 2000, magna cum laude and Phi Beta Kappa
Vanderbilt University Law School, JD 2003
New York (inactive)
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