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22nd September 2017

What is a MIAM?

A MIAM (Mediation, Information and Assessment Meeting) is required before making an application under the Children Act for a Financial Remedy Order.

 

The first meeting with a mediator gives you the chance to find out the options available to you including how mediation works. Mediators are trained to assess whether mediation is right for you and your family.

 

At Victoria House Mediation our qualified MIAM provider is Laura Bell.  

 

At the MIAM they will discuss:

  • How many sessions you may need
  • How much the sessions will cost
  • Information about other services that provide help and support
  • Any other options available to help you to resolve issues
 

The other person involved is invited to attend a separate MIAM. They do not go to the same meeting as you.

 

After your MIAM meeting our mediation coordinator (Julia McGuigan) will contact you to confirm if your case is suitable for mediation and if so she will arrange a date and time for the first joint meeting.

 

After your MIAM appointment, if the Mediator considers that your case is not suitable for mediation then they can sign the relevant Court form to enable you to issue proceedings.

 

Our fee for a MIAM is £100 + VAT per person.

"I cannot thank you enough for all you have done for me. I know you did your job but it felt like a personal service. I always knew you had my feelings and interests at heart. You've made me very relieved and happy. I have a smile on my face and my work colleagues are noticing. Thank you so very much. "

AL

Key Contacts

Laura Bell

Associate Solicitor

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