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Mediation versus The Courts

Court Forms (including FM1, C100 and Form A)

This section covers what happens should either of you decide not to go ahead with mediation and you wish to take the matter to court. Should you decide to do so, you will be required to produce a document signed by an authorised family mediator confirming that you have attended a MIAM or mediation. Your mediators at London Family Mediation are authorised by the Family Mediation Council to sign these court forms.

The relevant form will say one of the following:


a) The following MIAM exemption(s) apply:

An authorised family mediator confirms that he or she is satisfied that:

b) The prospective applicant attended a MIAM:

c) Mediation or other form of Dispute Resolution is not proceeding because:

Why Mediation?

Relationship breakdowns are often emotional and distressing times for you and your ex partner, and feeling bewildered and overwhelmed is common. Mediation...

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MIAMs

When you, or your solicitor, makes a referral to London Family Mediation the process starts with a 'Mediation Information and Assessment Meeting' (MIAM). At this meeting...

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What to Expect

If you, and your former partner, decide to go ahead with mediation you will be invited to attend a joint meeting. Mediation sessions generally last up to 90 mins...

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Features

Family Mediation is a cost efficient and effective way of dealing with the consequences of relationship breakdown, and is supported by the Ministry of Justice...

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How it Works?

An initial assessment, also called Mediation Information and Assessment Meeting (MIAM). Your mediator will meet with you separately to explain...

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Children

Your mediators at London Family Mediation are able to conduct direct work with children. Mediation can help parents make arrangements for their child following...

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Court Forms

This section covers what happens should either of you decide not to go ahead with mediation and you wish to take the matter to court. Should you decide to do so...

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Your Say

"Divorce was the last thing I imagined in my life but when faced with the reality of it all, I felt very alone, confused and deeply hurt, but from the very first time..."

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College of Mediators

Family Mediation Council

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