Sahar Ebrahimi is a mediator with experience in divorce, family, landlord-tenant, and small claims mediation. Sahar has mediated a variety of cases in the family and divorce arena involving division of property (separation), parenting plan, parent-teen, and inner family dispute conflicts. Sahar is available to mediate disputes online or in person in the state of Oklahoma. Sahar is fluent in Farsi/Persian language and offers her services in English and Farsi.
Sahar is an attorney who started her journey to the Alternative Dispute Resolution (ADR) world in 2018 in the UK. Her enthusiasm for offering a peaceful resolution to the conflicts resulted in her achieving a Master’s in Conflict and Dispute Resolution from the University of Oregon. Sahar began offering her mediation services with Lane County family mediation services in Oregon. She developed her mediation skills as a court-connected mediator in small claims cases in Multnomah County, State of Oregon. She believes mediation is better than litigation for family and community disputes. She found resolving family-related conflicts and offering peaceful techniques such as mediation and restorative practices a rewarding profession.
Family Mediator, Six Rivers Dispute Resolution, Hood County, Oregon; court-connected mediator at Small Claims Circuit Court, Multnomah County, Oregon; Domestic relations, Custody, and Parenting Plan Mediation, Lane County Youth Services Domestic Relations Mediation, Oregon
Master of Art, Conflict and Dispute Resolution, University of Oregon School of Law, Eugene, Oregon, June 2021
Master of Art, Criminology and Criminal Justice, University of Sussex School of Law Politics and Sociology, Brighton, UK, January 2018
Master of Art, Criminal Law, and Criminology, University of Qom School of Law and Politics, Qom, Iran, January 2010
Bachelor of Law (LBB), Allameh Tabataba’i University School of Law and Politics, Tehran, Iran, July 2005
Free consultation – 30 minutes per party via phone or zoom
Mediation services fee: $ 150 per hour (include document preparation, research issues, correspondence, telephone call, preparing a draft and final agreements, and doing things as may be reasonably necessary to facilitate the participants’ reaching a complete agreement.)
Please discuss the cost barrier with the mediator to determine a fee structure that will work for both.