Research and analysis

Mediation Information and Assessment Meetings (MIAMs) and mediation in private family law disputes: Qualitative research findings

This research explores the extent to which MIAMs are encouraging publicly and privately funded clients to attend mediation, and which resolution methods clients who attend MIAMs choose to resolve their family disputes.

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Mediation Information and Assessment Meetings (MIAMs) and mediation in private family law disputes

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This research explores the extent to which MIAMs are encouraging publicly and privately funded clients to attend mediation, and which resolution methods clients who attend MIAMs choose to resolve their family disputes. The experiences, decisions and actions of clients were examined through qualitative interviews with practitioners and clients.

Mediation & alternatives to court

Published 3 April 2014