How do I Make an Appointment for Mediation?
- Phone one of the offices to express your interest in attending mediation or if you are attending a court-based office you can just drop in.
- We will ask you to provide your contact details in order to open a new file.
- Your spouse/partner needs to contact the same office as well, to confirm his/her interest in attending mediation. You should let them know that you would like them to do so. In some cases, you might have difficulty communicating with your spouse/partner. If this is the case, we can (if you would like us to) send a letter to your spouse/partner letting them know you have registered and inviting them to contact us for further information about the service.
- Once both of you have confirmed that you are interested, you will be placed on a waiting list.
- We will let you know (by letter or phone) when your appointment will be.
Find a Mediation Office
There are seventeen offices nationwide, eight full time and nine part time. There are also a number of court-based mediation offices located in some District Courts.
Our mediation offices have no child-minding facilities. We cannot allow children under 14 years to be brought into the mediation office while their parents are at a mediation session.