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I’ve been told to attend a MIAM. What will happen?


18/08/2017   By: Sara Hanna
A Mediation Information and Assessment meeting (or MIAM) is a first meeting with a mediator that you must attend if you want to make an application to the court regarding either a financial or children issue. The session will be conducted by a Family Mediation Council accredited mediator and the aim of the meeting is to see if mediation can be used as a method for resolve your difficulties, rather than going directly to court. The mediator will be specially trained to assess whether mediation is right for you and your family.

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Putting Children First


20/11/2015   By: Jane Booth
Resolution’s Family Dispute Resolution Week 2015 starts on 23 November 2015 and the theme for this year’s Family Dispute Resolution Week is “putting children first.” Resolution have surveyed children and young people about their experience of parental breakup to find out whether children feel they have been given appropriate information, explanation and the chance to be involved in decision-making during their parents’ divorce.

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