Request a mediation meeting

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Request a mediation information & assessment meeting (MIAM)

To request an appointment please complete and submit the following form.

Your contact will be dealt with in strict confidence.

Please note, we do not contact the other party without your permission.

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About You

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First Name

Last Name

Date of Birth

Your Address

About The Other Person

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MrMrsMissMsOther

First Name

Last Name

Date of Birth

Their Address


Issues for Mediation

Please indicate all that apply.

Reasons for Mediation
Contact Residence of childrenParental ResponsibilityFinance / PropertyOther (please detail)

Would you like an individual first appointment with the mediator or one jointly with the other person?
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COVID-19 & Appointments

In light of recent Coronavirus developments SELFMB are offering clients the opportunity to book a MIAM appointment by Zoom, as an alternative to a face-to-face meeting, or to change an existing MIAM appointment to a Zoom appointment. Zoom is a video meeting App which you can download for free onto your phone/laptop or other device. Find out more here.

In some cases we will also be offering mediations by Zoom. We would usually conduct mediations in person, however mediation by video meeting is a recognised approach, approved by the FMC (Family Mediation Council). With the increased risk of Coronavirus we are looking at how we can continue to provide services to clients whilst reducing the risk to clients and staff.

Please call on 020 8315 7460 if you have any questions or would like to arrange an appointment or request to change an appointment to Zoom.