This meeting is called a MIAM or ‘Mediation Information and Assessment Meeting’. In this meeting its the first process to engage in family mediation and is undertaken one person at a time separately.
The parents and all the parties who are involved in separation must attend the mediation information and assessment meeting. There has to be an interest in the life of the child by the parents and they must take an active part to take his care so that he doesn’t miss his parents.
Parents have to make a proper balance between the work life and any new family they have. They have to provide the correct financial and moral support to the child so that is basic needs and wants are fulfilled. All the above information is given to the parents in the mediation information and assessment meeting .
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