Family Mediation Panel
What is the Panel?
The Legal Aid Board is establishing a Family Mediator Private Practitioner Panel to provide mediation services to the Board’s clients on foot of Section 5(1) and Section 11A(1) of the Civil Legal Aid Act 1995 (as amended).
What work can I expect from the panel?
Clients referred under the terms of this panel will include family mediation for:
- Dissolution of Civil Partnership
- Custody, Access and Guardianship
The new Panel starts on 27th January 2023
For information on the Private Practitioner Mediator Panel, being established for a one year period from 27th January 2023, click here.
How do I join the panel?
You can download the application form here. Complete in full and return to: email@example.com
I am signed up. How do I get work?
The Board will assign cases, having regard to its internally established criteria. These include the geographical location of applicants, length of waiting times and the number on waiting lists.
What are the fees payable?
There is a standard scale of fees payable per case to a mediator on the Panel for the provision of services. These can be found attached to the Terms and Conditions here. Claims may be made on the Claim for Fees Form attached hereunder.
Claim Form for the Panel
Claims relating to existing cases referred under the Panel can be made using this Claim Form.