When it comes to resolving family disputes, we firmly believe in the power of mediation. If you're considering making an application to the Family Court, it's essential to explore family mediation as a first step. According to the mediators' code of practice, both parties involved in the dispute must attend an assessment meeting known as a MIAM (Mediation Information and Assessment Meeting).
During the MIAM, our skilled mediators will listen to your concerns and help you understand the mediation process better. This meeting serves as an opportunity for both parties to assess whether family mediation is the right path for resolving their child access issues.
Family mediation is a confidential and impartial process that fosters open communication between parents or guardians
By choosing family mediation, you are opting for a cooperative and collaborative approach to resolving child access matters. Unlike courtroom battles, which can be adversarial and emotionally draining, mediation offers a more amicable and child-focused alternative.
At Kew Mediation, we understand the complexities and sensitivities involved in child access disputes. We are here to guide you through the process, facilitate productive discussions, and assist you in reaching a workable agreement that benefits all parties involved, especially the child.
If you're seeking a peaceful and constructive resolution to your child access issues, we invite you to consider family mediation with Kew Mediation. Embrace the opportunity to create a positive and nurturing co-parenting environment for your child's future.
Contact us today to schedule a MIAM and take the first step towards.