Family Law Mediation

The family law landscape is changing. Mediations are on the increase and the changes to the costs regime is set to increase this further as potential clients look to alternative and less costly forms of dispute resolution.

The other big driver to mediation in family matters is the introduction last year of the pre-action protocol, which requires attendance at Mediation Information and Assessment Meetings (MIAMs) before the issue of a court application in relation to children or financial issues.

Get to grips with the key principles in family law mediation and work out your next steps, including:

  • Review the principles of family mediation
  • Understand the role solicitors play in the mediation process
  • What are MIAMs
  • Identify the skills required for successful mediation

Upon successful completion of the accompanying quiz and feedback, practitioners may claim CPD hours as indicated on our CPD Information page.

Date:Published Monday 05 November 2012
Duration:0.5 hours
CPD hours:0.5 hours

Richard Jones

1 Garden Court

Cressida Burnet

Cressida Burnet Mediation

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