Find a mediator - England and Wales
This country is in a transition process to withdraw from the EU.
This section helps you to find a mediator in England and Wales.
How to find a mediator in England and Wales
National mediation directory
You can find a civil mediator through the Civil Mediation online directory - Find a Civil Mediator, which provides information about:
The Civil Mediation Online Directory is owned and maintained by the Ministry of Justice. The mediation providers included in the directory are accredited by the Civil Mediation Council.
Family mediation directory
The aim of the Family Mediation Online Directory is to help parties to contact mediators local to them. Parties who are eligible for legal aid (public funding) can also contact the Community Legal Advice helpline for further information on locating a local mediator on Telephone: 0845 345 4345 Minicom: 0845 609 6677, Text: 'legalaid' and your name to 80010. Advice can also be obtained via the Community Legal Advice online advisor service.
Is access to the mediators' database free of charge?
Yes, access to the Civil Mediation Online Directory, the Family Mediator Online Directory and the Community Legal Advice website is free of charge.
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Last update: 20/04/2015