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    What Happens in a MIAM?

    What Happens in a MIAM?

    Woman and mediator in MIAM

    Many people ask us questions about what happens in a MIAM. Let’s start with what the word ‘MIAM’ stands for. A MIAM, is a Mediation Information Assessment Meeting.

    In April 2011, the Ministry of Justice made it an expectation that you will have attended a MIAM, before you can submit an application to the court for a parenting or financial order on a family matter.

    Ultimate Guide to Attending a MIAM

    If you are going through a divorce or separation and you have issues that need to be resolved on your parenting arrangements, financial agreement or property matters you will probably find yourself needing to attend a MIAM.

    15 Exemptions to attending a MIAM

    This is a relaxed, informal, and confidential meeting with a trained family mediator. In these meetings, the mediator will outline some regulatory elements, ask you some questions, share information about the mediation process, share knowledge of the law and they will want to understand the current situation from your perspective.

    To help you better understand what happens in a MIAM we have put two key members of our team together to explain this a bit better for you.

    If you would like to find out more, you can contact your local Citizens Advice or search the FMC site for more information.

    You can also call our business support team or book a free 15min consultation with us to find out more about your options. Our number is 0330 999 0959 and our email is admin@mediateuk.co.uk.

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