This section of the Portal will help you to find a mediator in Belgium.

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How to find a mediator in Belgium

You can visit the following websites to find a mediator in Belgium:

You can find the following information in the mediation section of the Federal Public Service for Justice website:

  • an introduction to mediation;
  • information about the mediator;
  • details of the mediation process;
  • details of what happens after mediation;
  • information about the cost of mediation;
  • a link to a brochure about mediation;
  • useful addresses and links.

You can find information about the following on the Federal Mediation Committee website:

  • the Federal Mediation Committee;
  • dispute resolution;
  • mediation;
  • the mediator;
  • legislation and regulations;
  • useful links, including brochures about mediation in family, social or civil and commercial matters.

Are there fees for accessing the database?

No, there are no fees for accessing the database.

How to search for a mediator in Belgium

You can search the list of mediators in Belgium using the following criteria:

  • district;
  • area of activity;
  • whether the mediator takes legal aid cases;
  • profession;
  • language(s) spoken;
  • surname or first name;
  • postcode.

Related links

Federal Public Service for Justice

Mediation: an alternative to court

List of mediators

Last update: 08/09/2022

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