Finding the Right Mediator

The Academy of Professional Family Mediators recommends that you approach hiring a mediator just like you would any other professional (such as a physician, lawyer or accountant). Generally, you should obtain the following information in selecting a mediator:

  • Background, education and training of the mediator
  • Experience or knowledge in mediating the type of case you have
  • Fees charged and how the fees are to be divided among all parties
  • The mediator’s membership in APFM and other professional associations

Search APFM Mediator Directory

If searching by state in the United States or Canada, please use the state or province two-character postal abbreviation.

Unfortunately zip code radius (distance) search is available for U.S. listings only.

Filling in one line (e.g., last name or postal┬ácode) may be all you need to do. Then click Search. If you fill in more fields, each one (including zip code distance) filters or further restricts the search. For example, if you search for mediators in the city “Washington” and within 35 miles of zip code “20500”, the search will show results only where both criteria are met.

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