Mediation is the voluntary meeting of the parties to a legal dispute with a neutral lawyer who has been trained in the probate mediation process, and who assists the parties in resolving their dispute. Most Orphans’ Court disputes can be mediated. All parties with an interest in the matter must be contacted and agree to mediate.

Online Mediator Applications:

Mediator Application

Family Law Mediator Application

Orphans’ Court Mediator Application

Download PDF Files:

Mediator Applications

Mediator Report

Mediation List, August 2017

Alternative Dispute Resolution Brochures

Alternative Dispute Resolution 2017 Brochure – English

Alternative Dispute Resolution 2017 Brochure – Spanish

Alternative Dispute Resolution 2017 Brochure – Polish


Watch this video on Mediation for Attorneys brought to you by the Alternate Resolution Committee of the Bucks County Bar Association. Click on the image link below to view the video on the BCBA YouTube Channel.