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MIAMS – essential update

Date:17 APR 2014

Family Law special issue

This our penultimate article in our series of essential updates ahead of the family law reforms. It summarises the essential points you need to know about MIAMs for the 22 April 2014.

In a nutshell:

There is a new FPR 2010 Pt 3 and a new Practice Direction 3A to supplement it. The requirement to attend a Mediation Information and Assessment Meeting (MIAM) before making an application has also been strengthened and given statutory force - the requirement is now set out in statute by the Child And Families Act 2014 s 10.


22 April 2014


Read the full article here.