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As we explain below, there are guidelines for Mediation Information Assessment Meeting – MIAMS and for completing the court application forms.
Aspire family mediation can provide expert guidance with both of these procedures and advise you on the best course of action which suits your needs.
We believe that we have the best mediation service available Mediation Information Assessment Meeting – MIAMS locally.
The Family mediation council considers that an appropriate mediation service should have training and expertise in family mediation.
We specialise in this service and our mediators are well qualified. It also considers that mediators should have an appreciation of ethnicity, culture to support people to resolve.
To attend a miam we make the process simple call us today and we can typically book you within a few days.
Our mediators are fully qualified to conduct MIAMS meetings which are recognised by the courts as being compliant with this requirement. Our mediators will make sure that meetings are conducted in a safe space and in an appropriate fashion. We will set up an initial meeting to make sure that you are happy with the mediation process before undertaking the actual mediation sessions.
Yes you cannot complete a court application without a assessment meeting miam by an accredited mediator.
In some cases, mediation may not commence. In such cases we can, at a small charge the mediator help you to complete part 2 of the FM1 form which is required for any court application. The charge will only apply if you are not eligible for legal aid. The form must be completed by the mediator and counter-signed by the client, or their appropriate family law Solicitor.
– Where the mediator is happy that mediation is not suitable because the other party in the dispute is not willing to attend a MIAM meeting.
– Where the mediator has decided, with good grounds, that the case is not suitable form a MIAM.
– The mediator has decided in the previous four months that the case is not suitable either for a MIAM or for other forms of mediation.