Court statistics support mediation's success; of 300 cases in a court study, 19 per cent had attended a MIAM, 41 per cent hadn't, showing fewer cases go to court when people are aware of mediation.
Consequently, all direct communication had broken down and we undertook individual MIAMs with the couple, which in turn lead to an immediate joint, first mediation session.
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This does not mean that the parties have to mediate, but it does mean that, if the parties are not prepared to attend a MIAM, there may be cost consequences for them in the course of the proceedings, which is something that everyone will wish to avoid.
The purpose of the MIAM is for parties to be able to explain their position to an independent mediator and to be informed about how mediation can work, and the alternatives to court, with all the safety checks that are currently in place.
Will the courts be robust and prevent proceedings continuing until a MIAM has been attended?
85) The researchers reported that before the cuts to legal aid, solicitors referred the clients they believed could benefit from mediation, and those who needed to attend as a prerequisite to obtain legal aid funding for court representation, to MIAMs
com)-- Leading UK family mediation portal MIAMS has recently launched its new website online.
A name of big repute across the UK mediation scene, MIAMS is a FMA approved family mediation firm.