The mediator will liaise with the parties at a MIAM meeting about what mediation entails. Meetings will be scheduled over a period of time and may look at arrangements for children, exchange financial information with a view to negotiating a financial settlement and other options.

The mediator may suggest other help, such as financial advice or support for your children, but will never offer legal advice.

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