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How to find a mediator in Germany

Currently, a number of professional associations support parties who wish to use a mediator.

Here is a non-exhaustive list of some of the larger associations:

There are also private commercial listings of mediators online, some with a search function, e.g.

(There is no guarantee that the linked websites are exhaustive, correct or completely up-to-date.)

Deutsche Stiftung Mediation (German Mediation Foundation) provides a comprehensive overview of mediation in Germany on its homepage: and here:

Is access to the mediators’ database free of charge?


How to search for a mediator in Germany

You can search for a mediator by name, by office location, by area of expertise or by postcode.

Related links

Bundes-Arbeitsgemeinschaft für Familien-Mediation e.V.

Bundesverband Mediation e.V.

Bundesverband Mediation in Wirtschaft und Arbeitswelt e.V.

Centrale für Mediation GmbH & Co.KG

Deutscher Anwaltverein


Last update: 17/04/2023

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