Our Fees

Contact us on 020 8315 7460 for a confidential discussion to see how we can best help you.

Our Fees

If you are not eligible for legal aid the following fees apply.

All fees are charged per person, per session (not per hour) and are paid in advance of your meetings.
Figures in brackets include VAT. Out of hours: 8-10am & after 5pm.

Session type Annual Income Client fees Out of hours
MIAMS £65 (£78) £100 (£120)
Joint MIAMS £60 (£72) £90 (£108)
Signing court forms £25 (£30) £25 (£30)
Child Consultation £100 (£120) £125 (£150)
Child Arrangements Mediation Up to £20K £95 (£114) £140 (£168)
Child Arrangements Mediation £20K – £30K £135 (£162) £200 (£240)
Child Arrangements Mediation £30K – £50K £170 (£204) £250 (£300)
Child Arrangements Mediation £50K + £205 (£246) £300 (£360)
Property & Finance/All Issues Mediation (AIM) Up to £30K £135 (£162) £200 (£240)
Property & Finance/All Issues Mediation (AIM) £30K – £50K £170 (£204) £250 (£300)
Property & Finance/All Issues Mediation (AIM) £50K + £205 (£246) £300 (£360)

All documents are provided at no extra cost to clients.

Child Issues Mediation is usually completed in 2-3 sessions, including the Assessment Meeting.

Property, Finance and Child Issues Mediation is usually completed in 3-4 meetings including the Assessment Meeting.


Legal Aid:

To check if you can get legal aid please follow the link: https://checklegalaid.service.gov.uk click ‘Start now’ select ‘Family’ then Family mediation then select ‘Yes’ to the question ‘Have you already started family mediation?’ then select ‘Check if you qualify financially’ to begin the assessment.


It may take more than one mediation session to reach agreement depending on your situation.  Where agreement is reached, the mediator/s will record this and send you a copy of the outcome, whether a mediation session summary, an outcome statement or a parenting plan. For agreements on property and/or financial matters a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) can be produced. None of these documents are legally binding but you can seek legal advice if you wish to make them legally binding.