Here you have the definitive guide where you can consult, according to current regulations in each Autonomous Community, the requirements they require, where and how to register, as well as the documentation and specific training you will need.
First of all, at the national level you will find the following regulations:
- Law 5/2012, of July 6, on mediation in civil and commercial matters.
- Royal Decree 980/2013, of December 13, which develops certain aspects of Law 5/2012, of July 6, on mediation in civil and commercial matters.
According to them, in order to be able to practice throughout the national territory and, in addition, access the registry of mediators of the Ministry of Justice you need:
- University degree or Higher Level Training Cycle
- Liability insurance
- Accredited course of minimum 100 hours
Secondly, if what you also want is to access the family mediation registry of your CCAA (if there is one), click on your CCAA to access the information and find out the requirements that are required and how to register.