What is a MIAMS?

If You Are new to mediation here is what you need to know

Want to take your ex to court?

It is now mandatory, before going to court that you have demonstrated that you have at least attempted mediation.
The first step into mediation is what is known as a MIAMS - simply stands for Mediation, Information and Assessment Meeting.
Here you will meet with a mediator who will isolate the areas that you with to mediate on and look to resolve your dispute.

What happens in a MIAMS?

The MIAMS session can be in person or online and it will last on average 40 minutes.

At an MIAM, you will consult with a specially educated mediator and also discuss your individual situation in private. 

Commonly, this is an individual meeting, though you may have the ability to participate in a portion of the meeting with your former partner if you both wish.

How much does it cost?

You can see our fees here, the real question to ask is how much will it cost you not to mediate? 

If you are in a situation where you cannot resolve your dispute, you can either stay in the situation or you can take action. If you take action today you can greatly reduce your costs and stress by avoiding court. 

Should the other party not wish to take part in mediation, you will have the necessary documents needed to be able to proceed your case to court and further your case.

What if my ex wont take part?

Much has been written about the change in the family courts toward promoting the use of mediation to work out situations.

Refusing to try to fix divorce conflicts over youngsters or funds with mediation can have serious effects, including being ordered to pay your companion's lawful costs.

Juries have a responsibility to guarantee that instances are managed "expeditiously and rather," along with in ways that "save money."

In short, mediation is voluntary, however if your ex refuses to take part it doesn't cast them in a good light. Mediators are always neutral, they cannot however mediate without both parties.

Why do we need to attend a MIAMS?

Much has been written about the change in the family courts toward promoting the use of mediation to work out situations.

Refusing to try to fix divorce conflicts over youngsters or funds with mediation can have serious effects, including being ordered to pay your companion's lawful costs.

Juries have a responsibility to guarantee that instances are managed "expeditiously and rather," along with in ways that "save money."

In short, mediation is voluntary, however if your ex refuses to take part it doesn't cast them in a good light. Mediators are always neutral, they cannot however mediate without both parties.
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