Civil Mediation

Civil disputes come in a range of forms and can feel both stressful and daunting for those involved. Our mediators help clients start conversations and negotiate their way through to settlement without the need for court intervention. The process takes place over the course of one day where all agreements reached are legally binding. All decision makers must be present and parties can attend with their lawyers.

We pride ourselves on combining our strong negotiation skills with an engaging and collaborative style.

Mediation can be carried out at any location convenient to the parties. If required, a suitable venue will be arranged.  Alternatively, we can arrange on line mediation through video conferencing facilities.

Crowther Mediation carry out all types of Civil and Commercial mediation, including:

  • Company & Partnership
  • Contract Disputes
  • Professional Negligence
  • Intellectual Property
  • Construction, Development and Planning
  • Landlord & Tenant
  • Agricultural & Land Use
  • Regulatory & Public Sector
  • Boundary, Neighbour & Community Disputes
  • Personal Injury & Clinical Negligence
  • Consumer Disputes
  • Probate & Inheritance Act Claims

Terms and Fees

The following fee guidance is for reference purposes only. Formal confirmation of the actual fee will be forwarded upon receipt of an enquiry.

  • Value of dispute less than £10,000.
    £250 per party for a half day (4 hour) mediation.
  • Value of dispute less than £50,000 or straightforward non-monetary dispute
    £600.00 per party
  • Value of dispute more than £50,000 or complex non-monetary dispute
    £900.00 per party.

The above figures include all preparatory work and one day of mediation (9.30 am to 5pm) unless stated. Any part days will be charged at the full day rate unless agreed in advance. Additional time is charged at £200 per hour. If more than one day of mediation is required, subsequent days are charged at the quoted day rate. The above figures do not include expenses which are payable in addition as determined in advance and set out in the mediation agreement.