The family courts expect most people thinking of going to court over family finances or children to consider whether the dispute may be capable of resolution by mediation. They are expected to contact a family mediator to arrange to attend a MIAM.
Our expert family law barrister mediators are qualified to conduct MIAMs and will guide the parties through the Pre-Action Protocol if the case is not suitable for mediation. If it is, they will discuss how the mediation might progress.
Most of our family mediators have the benefit of the latest training from the ADR Group, the leading authority on mediation. We have great experience of resolving complex family disputes, whether between married or unmarried couples, civil partners, or other family members.
Through mediation, we help our clients resolve many issues relating to family breakdown, including:
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