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Mediation & MIAMS

Mediation allows you to take control and make your own informed decisions together regarding children, finances and other relationship breakdown issues, reaching mutual agreement usually by a series of round the table meetings with a trained mediator.

Mediation & MIAMS

Skype Mediation

If you are in need of Family Law mediation our experienced and specialist team are just one call away. Contact us on 0800 1777121 for further advice or to make an appointment to see one of our Mediators.

Skype Mediation


Do you provide mediation outside of normal working hours?

We can now provide private Mediation Information Meetings (MIAMS) and mediation for children matters on Saturdays from 9.30am – 12.30pm. Please call 0800 1777121 in advance to check availability and book an appointment.

What happens in a mediation meeting?

An appointment can be made with a Mediator either individually or jointly. The Mediator will explore whether mediation will be appropriate to you and acceptable.

Mediation will help you to reach your own agreements, instead of a judge deciding for you. The mediation meetings will help you to come up with your own ideas and solutions to the problems you face arising from separation or divorce.

Can Mediators provide legal advice?

Mediators cannot provide legal advice but can provide information about the legal process of divorce and the procedures that the Court follows.

What is mediation?

Mediation helps couples going through separation or divorce to work out and agree arrangements for themselves and their children. If these issues can be agreed between you through mediation, it saves the cost of going through a Court to make the decisions for you.