How does mediation work?

We’ve all heard about mediation, but how does mediation work? In this brief guide, we explain the process of mediation so that you get a better idea of the process that puts your family first. So: how does mediation work? The mediator initially sees the parties...

The Challenges of Christmas

Christmas is traditionally when families spend time together. It can be a particularly hard time for parents who have separated or who are going through divorce. It is only natural that both parents want to spend time with their children on Christmas Day. If you...

Why MIAMs matter

Since April 2014 any person wishing to start most court proceedings relating to divorce must first attend a Mediation Information and Assessment Meeting (MIAM). The MIAM should be seen not as a necessary hurdle to get through before commencing court proceedings, but...

Why choose an Accredited Family Mediator?

Why choose an accredited family mediator? The answer is simple: only specially qualified and accredited family mediators can conduct Mediation Information and Assessment Meetings (MIAMs) and sign the forms that are required if you want to take your case to court. This...