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How do I Make an Appointment for Mediation?

  1. Phone the office of your choice to express your interest in attending mediation.  If you are attending a court-based office you can drop into the office.
  2. We will ask you to provide your contact details in order to open a new file and we will give you a file reference number which you will share with your spouse/partner.
  3. Your spouse/partner needs to contact the same office as well, to confirm his/her interest in attending mediation quoting the file reference number.
  4. When you both have confirmed your interest in mediation, you will be placed on a waiting list and a letter will issue to you both confirming this.
  5. We will contact you (by letter or phone) when offering you an appointment.

Find a Mediation Office

There are seventeen offices nationwide, including eight full time, nine part time and 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.