Going through a divorce is always a difficult period for both ex-partners. It is said that family mediation exists to help both ex-partners reach a solution that they are both happy with. But what about the couple's children? Should children be included in family mediation? As discussed in this article, children appreciate being informed and having their views and opinions heard. When parents are trying to make agreements through mediation, it can also be very positive for their children to see their parents' mediator. This article aims to consider how best to include children's needs and interests in family mediation. The advantages and disadvantages of child-inclusive mediation will also be considered along with the role of the mediator in this context. This article argues that family mediators need to be aware of the children's wishes and concerns and that there are different ways family mediators can approach and implement this.