Child custody mediation gives parents a chance to resolve disagreements about a parenting plan for their children. In mediation, the parents have the help of an expert (a mediator) in resolving these disagreements. If the parents are able to work out an agreement, the mediator helps the parents write a parenting plan that may then become a custody and visitation order if it is signed by a judge.
These mediators are governed by I.R.C.P. Rule 16(j).
>Child Custody Mediator Info Sheet, Requirements, & Application Form*
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Select a county, judicial district, or search by name to find a mediator. You can also click your judicial district in the map below:
When using the map, results will show mediators based on where the mediator resides, please note mediators may choose to serve in other districts/counties as well.