At Family Mediation Ireland (FMI) we help families deal with and resolve disputes. We are not a counselling service however we can help families deal with issues such as communication, finance, boundaries and childcare issues in the context of a separation.
We also deal with workplace and commercial disputes. Our team are trained in all aspects of mediation.
We use a system called comediation which uses one male mediator and one female mediator with each couple or family going through a dispute, Divorce or Separation. FMI train comediators.
At FMI we help couples conclude amicable non binding agreements which can be taken to solicitors and made legal where necessary. Mediation is private and whereby everything is completed behind closed doors.
How to Book?
Our waiting list for new cases is seven to ten days nationally. We operate at centres in all 26 counties.
In certain counties we operate at multiple locations. For example in Dublin and Cork multiple clinics exist in both cities at numerous locations.
For further information on mediation please feel free to drop us an email to our address above or drop us a call.
Who Are We?
Family Mediation Ireland is a private client family mediation service that operates nationwide.
It is operated by experienced mediators who are fully accredited by the Mediator’s Institute of Ireland.
FMI have spoken at major mediation conferences and have addressed Government Committees on draft Mediation legislation.
FMI also participates in the CPD training of Mediators / Solicitors in both Ireland and the United Kindgom.
Mediators who work with FMI are also involved in non-for-profit mediation works and training.
We operate nationwide in the 26 Counties. We operate through a cross referral of cases through comediation teams.
We consult with you in choosing an appropriate venue to conduct your mediation.
If you want to move away from where you live to conduct your mediation in privacy we are delighted to facilitate same.
The vast majority of mediations nationwide are conducted in business centres and hotels in the major towns so as to preserve client privacy.
Mediation is ideally suited to families and in particular where planning for children’s futures.
Mediation is also used for sibling disputes and to help families deal with disputes over land and inheritances.
Mediation is used today by coporations, businesses, and other public and private institutions.