Mediation Information and Assessment Meetings - Goodman Ray

Coronavirus (COVID-19)
Supporting our clients through challenging times

We wanted to reassure you that we are taking all the required precautions and necessary reasonable steps to maintain our usual level of service.

The well-being of our people, clients and the wider community is paramount to us whilst we continue to focus on our clients and their needs.

Our IT infrastructure allows our staff to work effectively and efficiently from home when needed so that we remain operational and our service seamless.

Please continue to contact us by telephone or email.

Tel: 020 7608 1227 & Email:

If you would prefer a face to face discussion, we are able to arrange meetings by video.
We have access to a range of video conferencing options, including Skype, Zoom and Facetime.

We are following government advice to minimise social contact, and that includes avoiding all but essential meetings.

During this time service will only be accepted by email.

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Mediation Information and Assessment Meetings (MIAMs) will become compulsory in April 2014.

Currently Practice direction 3A of the Family Procedure Rules requires anyone wishing to make an application in family proceedings (Children and Finance following relationship breakdown) to attend a MIAMs. However this is not currently compulsory. When the Children and Families Bill becomes law, as is anticipated shortly, attendance at MIAMs will become a statutory requirement and will be compulsory. A number of our mediators undertake MIAMs. Please contact Amina Somers at for details.”

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