Where can I get an FM1 form?

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If your case is not suitable for mediation you will still need to show the judge why by filling in a FM1 form. Click here to download the form

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Where can I get a C100 form?

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If you make an application to the court about some family issues you’ll need to complete a C100 form confirming you’ve been to a MIAM or giving the reasons for not attending. The form lists the reasons why you might not need to go to a MIAM before going to court. This might be because there are [...]

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When should I try mediation?

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Contact Novo Mediation as soon as you need help sorting things out through mediation. Even if you’ve been separated for a while, or if your case has already gone to court, mediation can still help to resolve things. You can’t usually take your case to court until you find out if mediation can help you [...]

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What happens after mediation?

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At the end of the mediation process, your mediator will explain to you how to obtain legal advice about any proposals the two of you have produced together and how you may convert them into a legally binding agreement and/or a court order. Proposals relating to children often do not need to be turned into [...]

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How long does mediation take?

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At Novo Mediation we like to offer you some flexibility in how you approach mediation. Some people prefer to spend a day working through the issues and finding solutions together; in this way to process can be completed quickly allowing you to move forward. If you both plan to have a one-day session, and assuming [...]

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What is an agreement to mediate?

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At the very beginning of the actual mediation, the mediator will ask you both to sign an agreement to mediate, after checking with both of you that you understand what it says and that you both know how mediation works. The agreement to mediate is a standard document, used by all qualified family mediators, and [...]

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Can we mediate differently?

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Our mediators use a combination of the different kinds of mediation, such as co-mediation or shuttle mediation. Our mediators are trained to tailor the process to the specific needs of your family, so don’t be surprised if the process your mediator uses looks a little different to those you have read about elsewhere. Family mediation [...]

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What is shuttle mediation?

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Shuttle mediation is where we use two rooms at the same location. You and your former partner each stay in your own separate room, and the mediator or mediators ‘shuttle’ between you. There is no face to face communication between you, so it can be a good way to help clients negotiate safely. However, you [...]

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What is co-mediation?

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Co-mediation is very common and involves you meeting with two qualified mediators together in one room, and all four of you talking through the issues and the possible solutions together. Novo mediators are all trained to co-mediate. Your mediator will suggest co-mediation when they think it will be especially useful to have one mediator for each of you. [...]

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What do we do in mediation?

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During the mediation your mediator will give you useful information about how to deal with financial issues, how to deal with children issues, relevant legal principles, the court process, court orders, and how to contact other agencies and specialists who may be able to help. The mediator will ask you important questions about what ideas [...]

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