Finding a way forward for families

Private and Legal Aid Mediation

FEES AND CHARGES

  • Mediation Information and Assessment Meetings (MIAMS)

    £90.00 per person to be paid at beginning of session by cheque or cash

  • Per Session*

    £120.oo per person to be paid by cash, cheque or bank transfer.

    *Sessions of 60-90 minutes at mediator's discretion.

  • Preparation of documentation (where required)

    Parenting Plan - £150.oo

    Memorandum of Understanding- £200.00

    Open Financial Summary - £250.00

  • Consultation with children

    £50 per session.

  • There is no charge for clients eligible for legal aid.

FORMS
The following forms are integral to the mediation process.
  • REFERRAL FORM

    An initial background information form which you and your partner should each fill in and send to the mediator before your first mediation session.

    Click here to download
  • AGREEMENT TO MEDIATE

    This sets out the formal terms of mediation including information about fees. Please read this before the first meeting.

    Click here to download
  • FINANCIAL DISCLOSURE BOOKLET

    This is a formal financial disclosure document. This may not be needed in all cases so speak to us first before completing.

    Click here to download
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  • "When we started mediation I never dreamt we would achieve so much, so quickly. It's been challenging but so much better than Court." RN, London

  • "Victoria is a calm professional, always impartial and focussed." MH, North London

  • "Our experience in talking to Victoria led us to see areas of agreement that were previously hidden to us." JB, London

  • "It is a huge relief to come to an agreement on our arrangements." RW, London

  • "Were it not for your assistance we would not be in the positive shape we are now." LH, London

RESOURCES

Below are some useful websites, publications and other resources that may help you.

  • Useful websites
    The Citizens Advice www.adviceguide.org.uk
  • Reading

    Putting Children First: A Handbook for Separated Parents.
    Karen and Nick Woodall 2007

    To view the full list of resources click here