602 00 Brno
150 00 Prague
Palác Savoy, Zámecká 20
702 00 Ostrava
Frank Bold Advokáti, s.r.o.
The company is registered in the Register of Companies of the Regional Court in Brno, section C, entry 63531
Údolní 567/33, 602 00 Brno
Company ID: 28359640
Tax ID: CZ28359640
Bank account number: 2100053299/2010
Name of the bank: Fio banka, a.s.,
Bank address: V Celnici 1028/10, Prague 1
Name of bank account holder: Frank Bold Advokáti
Online payment by card (only for CZK): payment.fbadvokati.cz
Please use your variable symbol when sending a payment.
SWIFT code: FIOBCZPP
Contacts to cooperating experts
social services center, contributory organisation
Mediation center Brno offers family mediations lead by one of 14 experienced mediators. The centre helps within the break-up of families, dealing with issues related to the child custody, setting up contact with children, but also works preventively in times when the family emerges only the seeds of the crisis.
+420 775 913 064
mediace (a) cssbrno.cz
Brno, 616 00
working languages: czech, english, german
“Mediation is for those who would like to come to an agreement and find a solution to the escalated situation, but because of the accumulated strong emotions and barriers they are unable to do it without help. Mediation is ideal where the parties to the dispute need to be in contact or cooperate in the future, or, on the contrary, to end the cooperation correctly and quickly.” Eva Barešová
+420 777 844 694
eva (a) mediace-baresova.cz
130 00 Praha 3
working languages: czech, english
Centre for family and social servis
The centre offers mediations and family consultations. A unique element is that the consultation is led by a married couple, thus offering a sensitive presence of both male and female elements in dealing with a difficult situation.
+420 775 244 025
rodina (a) pro-rodiny.cz
Ostrava-Vítkovice, 703 86
working languages: czech, others after previous discussion
What is mediation?
Mediation is a solution to a difficult situation with the help of an intermediary – mediator. A mediator is a trained professional who is responsible for managing the mediation process, for effective communication and, unlike other mediators, does not solve, evaluate or propose any solutions. He is ready to listen to both participants and to work with their emotions. He/she follows their difficult situation, point out the problems and present them as topics for common discussion and solution. The aim of mediation is to find new solutions to the situation; it is a process that focuses on the future.
As a rule, mediation takes place in several sessions to discuss problematic issues that need to be resolved to reach an agreement. Before the end of mediation, an effective and satisfactory solution is selected and entered into an agreement. The agreement can then form the basis for the court and its decision.