£500 Mediation Voucher

In March 2023, the government announced the extension to its Family Mediation Voucher Scheme which will run to at least April 2025. This is to help keep family disputes away from the courtrooms whilst easing pressures on the family courts and ensuring the justice system can focus on the families it most needs to protect. As a result, attempting to mediate before handing in a application for court is compulsory. To support these measures, the government are offering up to £500 worth of vouchers to help families come to resolutions outside the legal system. You can learn more about the voucher scheme here


How Much Does Mediation Cost?

Mediation is a cost-effective and smart alternative to court when it comes to disagreements with you ex-partner. Our fees are competitive, as we want to make sure everyone is heard when it comes to these situations, no matter their financial background.

If you qualify for legal aid, family mediation services will come at no cost. If your ex-partner is eligible for legal aid in relation to family mediation, you’ll receive your mediation information and assessment meeting (MIAM) and first joint mediation for free, and for any other sessions we can apply for the government voucher scheme to cover the cost. If you are not legally aided, your session may be covered by the £500 Mediation Voucher launched by the Ministry of Justice (DoJ). You can read more about legal aid and the £500 voucher scheme here.

Our Costs

Service Cost per person, per hour (including VAT) Cost (including VAT)
Mediation Assessment (MIAM) £120
Mediation session £120
Open financial statement £120



How to pay

We ask clients to please ensure payments are made in full prior to the appointment.

Payment Options

Bank Transfer – Co-operative Bank, Sort Code 08 90 70 Account Number 70746006

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