This section helps you to find a mediator in Poland.
Lists of mediators are kept by district courts. Mediators, including persons from lists drawn up by non-governmental organisations in accordance with their statutory tasks and educational establishments, are added to and removed from the lists by the president of the district court in question. However, due to the allocation of competences between regional and central authorities, it is not possible to access a central list of mediators.
Basic information on rules, procedures and practical aspects of the mediation arrangements in Poland can be found on the Mediation page of the website of the Ministry of Justice, which is managed in cooperation with the Council for Alternative Methods of Dispute and Conflict Resolution (ADR Council).
Yes, access to the database of mediators is free of charge.
You should use the lists of mediators drawn up by district court presidents or the services of mediation associations or individual mediators. Information and contact details can usually be found on the website of the courts, associations or mediators in question.
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