I provide mediation as a registered mediator according to Act No. 202/2012 Coll., on mediation.
I will help you clarify how to connect your requirements with the requirements of the other party and come up with a mutually beneficial solution to your situation.
You can always go to court. Why not try an amicable way first?
Before starting mediation, a mediator discusses practical issues with the parties - when, where, for how long the mediation proceedings will last, the mediator's remuneration - and they conclude an agreement to mediate.
This is followed by a mediation meeting led by the mediator. The mediator supports the parties in listening to each other and uses communication techniques to find their common interest. Then the mediator and the parties form a mediation agreement.
On average, the parties need 2-3 mediation meetings, each taking approx. 3 hours.
The fee for mediation services is determined by an hourly rate. The hourly rate is contractual, ranging from 1500 to 3000 CZK per hour.
The first ordered meeting with the mediator is not a mediation. Its aim is to acquaint the parties to the dispute with mediation as an alternative way of resolving their situation. A mediator will introduce mediation to the parties, explain them the principles of mediation and his or hers role in mediation. If the parties agree that they want to resolve their situation through mediation, they will sign an agreement to mediate.
The fee for the first meeting with the mediator ordered by the court is CZK 400 for each hour started, the remuneration is determined by § 15 of Decree No. 277/2012 Coll.