Helping resolve disputes since 2001

We can help you work out your dispute! We are a team of highly experienced professionals specialising in family mediation (divorce or other relationships), civil and commercial mediation (for business disputes) and workplace mediation.  We have experienced mediators based in Swindon, Bristol, London, Gloucestershire, Oxfordshire, and Newcastle but we work across the country.  All members of the mediation team are recognised by the College of Mediators and the Civil Mediation Council.

We also run nationally accredited mediation training in all types of mediation, which will enable you to gain Legal Services Commission recognition. If you are looking to train as a mediator we can help you with post mediation training support and guidance as well as initial training.

Our aim is to help both those in dispute and those looking to learn about dispute resolution to find the best way forward.

To find the best way forward for you....Please click on the appropriate links on our menu or just give us a call.


Latest news

  • LBA Excellence

    Autumn 2016 Foundation Mediation Training

     Cecil Sharpe House, Camden Town, London.

    Booking Closes: 23rd September 2016

    Updated Dates in December

    Fundamentals of Dispute Resolution

    12th - 14th October & 3rd - 4th October 2016

    Family Specialism

    13th - 14th November, 1st - 2nd & 13th - 14th December 2016


  • LBA Excellence releases FREE

    Professional Development Log

    to all Mediators

    All family mediators will need to apply for re - accreditation in the next few years under the new standards. You will need to show that you have met all the professional development and supervision requirements.

    To help, LBA Excellence have put together a simple to use electronic professional development log to enable you to keep on top of the requirements and ensure you have all the information in one place when you come to re -accreditation.

    It even includes a special helpful section for unaccredited mediators working towards their FMCA.

  • Jessica Peacock/Flickr

    Update from the

    Family Mediation Council

    on New Standards for 2015

    The FMC has released an update regarding the implementation of the New Standards Project which came into force from January 2015

    Click here to read their FAQ.

  • Jessica Peacock/FlickrNew Standards for

    Family Mediators 2015:

    Are you ready for the changes?

    From January 2015 new standards for training and practice will come into force for professional family mediators. This is something which has been anticipated for some time though the detail has only recently come out and there are still some matters which have to be clarified.

    Click here to read more about what it means for you.

    Click here to read the latest FAQ from the FMC.


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